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I have an area in my front yard ive worked on for a while i would like to find some ground cover or plants that do good

in this area that like full shade,and wet red clay any suggestions?I want to plant these on either side of the bridge.Ive got azaleas in part of this area but they are growing very slow.
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  • Renee G
    Renee G Garland, TX

    Asian jasmine would be good....

  • Tommi L. Perkins
    Tommi L. Perkins Fayetteville, AR

    Whatever you decide to put in there it needs to be in raised beds. I would put both azaleas and Hostas intermingled. Hosta with a lot of white on the leaves. Light colored azaleas. Depending on the size of the Azaleas, I would put the Azaleas on the

  • Allen Kang
    Allen Kang Australia

    An abundance of shade in your garden doesn't mean you can't plant a stunning oasis. You can plant in the shade in garden beds, borders, and containers.

  • Stephanie corley
    Stephanie corley Cordova, TN

    Red cly will not drain well. I have it also in my yard. You will need to outline your bed with a garden hose or use spray paint. Pile layers of grass clippings, shredded leaves pine straw and bagged manure in layers like lasagna. Wet the pile . You

  • Eroque022810

    There are so many plants or greenery that you can have a blast. Ferns so many varieties of hostas even moss adds a feel of being in a story book. But I agree with person about soil and raised beds. To have them thrive they need to have a place for

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