Asked on Nov 4, 2019

What kind of plant will do well aside a tree stump?

Jen OsterhoutRedcatcecKelli L. Milligan
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I have a small tree stump & I want to put an edging, (wooden, plastic etc.) Does anyone know what kind of plant can I plant around it that will be a strong plant.? May be a perennial flower? Any ideas? Thanks guys !.........Matt

4 answers
  • Nan W.
    on Nov 4, 2019

    Madeline: so much depends on which zone you live in. Hopefully this will help:


    https://www.gardenia.net/plants/hardiness-zones

  • Kelli L. Milligan
    on Nov 5, 2019

    Not quite sure what you are asking. Visit your local nursery for the best advice for your region and project.

  • Redcatcec
    on Nov 5, 2019

    Hi Madeline,


    Take a picture and some ideas to your locall nursery and they can guide you with a proper selection of plants to do your project. They can help you with appropriate plants and arrangements for your landscape.

  • Jen Osterhout
    on Nov 6, 2019

    I agree with the above but if you are up north (I’m in New England) I have to give a shout out to hostas. Hard to kill, good for shallow planting (ie they work around the roots of my maple tree) and are fast growers. They come in a variety of leaf colors and sizes and some are even flowering. Good luck!

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