Erica Glasener
Erica Glasener
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  • Atlanta, GA

Celebrate the Winter Garden with these plants, a mix of both evergreen and deciduous that shine in the winter


landscape 1. Hellebores 2. Poet's Laurel 3. Deciduous hollies 4. Cedrus deodara 'Divinely Blue'
Helleborus x hybridus blooming in my garden in January.
Cut off old leaves that are damaged and new growth will quickly fill in.
Helleborus x hybridus blooming in my garden in January. Cut off old leaves that are damaged and new growth will quickly fill in.
Poet's Laurel, ( Danae racemosa ) evergreen shrub, great for dry shade Apply a one inch layer of mulch to keep soil from drying out too quickly.
Poet's Laurel, ( Danae racemosa ) evergreen shrub, great for dry shade Apply a one inch layer of mulch to keep soil from drying out too quickly.
Deciduous holly ( Ilex verticillata 'Winter Red' ) holds its fruit for months.
Plant one male pollinator nearby for best fruit display.
Deciduous holly ( Ilex verticillata 'Winter Red' ) holds its fruit for months. Plant one male pollinator nearby for best fruit display.
Cedrus deodara 'Divinely Blue.' This conifer is hardy to Zone 6 and provides color year around. Give plenty of space to grow.
Cedrus deodara 'Divinely Blue.' This conifer is hardy to Zone 6 and provides color year around. Give plenty of space to grow.

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  • Marcia G
    on May 3, 2012

    WHAT KIND OF GRASS GROWS AND BLENDS WITH BERMUDA BUT GROWS IN THE SHADE.

  • Douglas Hunt
    on May 4, 2012

    Marcia, you will get better answers if you re-post your question as a new question. However, I will tell you if you have a significant amount of shade, no grass will be happy there. Even the most shade-tolerant turf grass needs about six hours a day of sun.

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