Answer: You'll probably want to plant at least two types of groundcover plants; Junipers thrive in full sunshine, in average garden soil that drains quickly. They simply will not survive in a shady garden bed. In addition to junipers, why not consider skimmia, pieris, euonymus or daphne odora in the partly shady areas and azalea in the full shade? You'll get the added bonus of seasonal blooms with these shrubs. Best wishes with your landscaping!
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