Answer: In such a restricted space, I'd recommend planting upright, free-standing shrubs such as boxwoods, junipers, or even lavender. Dwarf nandina will grow upright and soften the space between the wall and the courtyard; skyrocket junipers would look nice, too. All of these plants are low-maintenance and adaptable to many different growing conditions. You can balance everything will brightly flowering perennials such as salvia, torch glow bougainvillea and poppies. Best wishes with your landscape!
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