Shade Plants


Country Lawnscape is only a little over 2/3 of an acre. A large section of the back of our property is home for a stand of nineteen tall shade trees. It took us a few years to figure out what to do with this area, but eventually we realized that they were here to stay, and we were forced to become knowledgeable in shade-tolerant plants. The list is long and includes a wide range of items, mostly perennials, flowering bushes, and shrubbery.

But best of all, we have a 150' long shade berm where you can find many of the listed items growing happily for years, to give you an idea of what a mature plant will look like at your place.



Some of the shade plants we carry are listed below:


Shade Perennials:




-Mt. Laurel


-Variegated Aralia

-Taxus 'Beanpole'


-Aruncus (Goats Beard) Reg. and Dwarf

-Brunnera (different varieties)



-Aconitum (Monkshood)


-Asarum europeaum

-Begonia grandis 'Alba'

-Bhetilla (orchid)

-Conuallaria (Lily of the Valley)


-Hosta (loads)









-Arctostaphylos (Mass Bearberry)

-Cornus canadensis