Answer: North-facing garden beds pose some challenges when you're thinking of planting colorful shrubs, but here are a few suggestions: Dwarf Nandina (heavenly bamboo) produces reddish-tinged new foliage which changes later to green. In the fall, the foliages changes again to a reddish-bronze color. This shrub will grow in full sun to full shade. Daphne odora is an evergreen with white margins on medium green leaves. This plant produces flowers in late winter. Finally, some azaleas are evergreen and will produce a brilliant floral display in late-spring. Hope one of these suggestions appeals to you!
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