Below is a list of perennials suitable for growing in dry shade. They are all suitable for dry soil and a shady location and have:
We suggest planting them en masse for a great ground cover display or grown in beautiful potfuls as demanding, yet colourful and free flowering plants.
A sunbeam for partial shade.
A fern for dry, sunny spots. What's that? (Hairy Lip Fern)
Mérite de Courson prize-winner
A striking spring contrast of purple bronze foliage crowned with light yellow flowers
Bishop's Hat or Barrenwort 'Fröhnleiten'
Ground cover plant for shady locations.
Very attractive in winter. Vigorous growth and tall flowers well above the generous foliage. Is that all? Well, no! ...
An indestructible ground cover plant.
Here is another very interesting Epimedium.
Charming, delicate, pure white spring flowers