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Here’s my final post featuring some popular plants that love a shady Sydney garden. If you’re looking to make your garden come to life and add a bit of colour, these are for you.

Devils Ivy (Epipremnum Aureus) – climbing/trailing with heart shaped leaves.

Birds nest (Asplenium) – can be planted directly into soil or mounted in a vessel or tree trunk.

Dwarf Papyrus – can be used in a water feature or planted in a wet area of the garden

Fittonia with Mondo Grass – again loads of varieties and colours available

These ten plants I’ve featured in these last three blog posts are just a very small selection of the many suitable shade plants available. If you need help finding the right ones, just contact us at Ivy Alley for some friendly advice!

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