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Here’s my next three plants that love a shady Sydney garden. These plants can always be relied upon to deliver some colour and make those shady areas come to life and feel a bit tropical.

Begonia – you can pick them up in so many colours and varieties, from deep red and yellow to hot pink.

Staghorn (platycerium superbum) – outstanding feature plant, used anchored to branches/walls at eye level.

Rhoeo Dwarf – hot pink striped foliage. Simply stunning!

Part 3 will be here in the next couple of weeks, and if you need any help finding the right ones or making a choice, get in touch or visit Ivy Alley for some friendly advice.

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