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First of all you obviously need shade and good soil that contains organic materials. If your soil is too sandy it will drain water too quickly drying the plants out. Add compost or manure if you need to. Then select your plants. Plants to consider include many varieties of Hostas, Lily of the Valley, Coral Bells, Astilboides, Pulmonaria, Rodgersia, Trillium, and Goundcovers like Baltic Ivy, Myrtle, Pachysandra, Lamium, and Ginger. Some shade plants will tolerate some sun. The best way to find out which plants will do well with your soil and light conditions is to experiment with them.