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Shade tolerant foundation plantings

Updated: Mar 24

Andromeda - compact and slow growing a great choice for shady areas where you want a neat, classic look. Small cluster of white or pink belled shaped flower and very deer resistant too!


Inkberry Holly - glossy small leaved foliage with added interest from small black berries that birds love.


Boxwood - Timeless look, easy to maintain and shape. Go for newer varieties resistant to disease such as New Gen Freedom or New Gen Independence.


Mountain Laurel - For a natural woodsy look with added interest from its lovely flower clusters.


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