Wildflowers for shade

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Are there wildflowers seeds that are good for planting in shade?



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Answer #1 · Gardenality.com's Answer · I'm not aware of any wildflowers seed or seed mixtures that are good for dense or total shade. That being said, there are some wildflower seed mixtures that work well in part shade (1 to 4 hours of direct sunlight a day) to filtered light. These mixtures might include flowers such as columbine, bellflowers, daisies, coreopsis, forget-me-nots, coneflowers and other plants that will tolerate or prefer a fair amount of shade.)



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