I remove some grass and now have a empty spot and I dont know what to

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area very sandy and I have some trees that shad lots of leaf so I cant use much I need help. Please help

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  • Jana Jana on Feb 19, 2018
    If you are not wanting to replant in that area look at putting yard art, an artistic stepping stone, a pot with a plant in it or other decorative works.
  • Sassy Sassy on Feb 19, 2018
    https://www.thespruce.com/plants-for-dry-shade-2132583 - they have great ideas for planting in dry shady areas.
  • Dia12360815 Dia12360815 on Feb 19, 2018
    in a shady area like that I'd make a sitting area with a bench, mulch and some potted plants
  • Sharon Sharon on Feb 19, 2018
    I would ask the local nursery what grass is good in your area for sandy soil. Here in PNW we have a coastal blend that works great in sand.
  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Feb 19, 2018
    How do you feel about groundcovers? Vinca and sedums grow in harsh conditions, but they can spread.
  • Mary Lou Mary Lou on Feb 20, 2018
    Try myrtle (also called periwinkle because of its pretty blossoms in the spring), pachysandra, or hostas. All of these grow well in the shade in the areas under a tree canopy. Daylilies also work well and are super easy to grow (a must for me!).
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