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Which flowers don't need much sun?

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Flowers that don't need much sun include monkshood, yarrow, bleeding heart, barrenwort, hosta, Japanese kerria, dead nettle, pachysandra, Solomon's seal and Indian pink. Review the climate and care information on the soil insert of each plant to understand the sun and shade requirements for each of these flowers.

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Which flowers don't need much sun?
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The hosta lily is one of the most popular flowers that doesn't require a lot of sun. This perennial, which can grow from eight inches to three feet tall, flourishes when planted in an area that offers dense shade. During the summer, spires of pretty, lily-shaped flowers bloom from the hosta's heart-shaped leaves.

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