Coneflowers are hardy perennials that thrive in full sun but can also tolerate partial shade. They are native to North America and are known for their resilience.
Coneflowers prefer full sun, meaning 6-8 hours of sun per day. However, they can also grow in partial shade, which is 4-6 hours of sunlight.
Sunlight helps coneflowers grow stronger and produce more flowers. It also helps prevent many fungal diseases that thrive in shady, moist areas.
The original Purple Coneflower can survive with afternoon shade and dappled sunlight. However, it won't thrive as well as it would in full sun.
Astilbe is a shade garden darling that blooms early in the season. It can grow up to 4 feet tall and makes a great accent plant.
Coleus is known for its beautiful foliage and loves partial shade. It's usually treated as an annual plant in cooler climates.
Fuchsia is a warm climate favorite that loves partial shade. It's known for its beautiful hot-pink blooms and is often used in hanging garden baskets.