Answer: Here are a few suggestions:
Barberry 'Crimson Pigmy' Berberis 'Atropurpurea nana' Very dense low spreading, compact growth and dark burgandy foliage.
Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety' Green & cream evergreen foliage turns pinkish-red in winter. Low growing
Japanese Yew spreader Taxus media 'Densiformis' Dark evergreen soft needles, high shade tolerance, poor soil, but not wet. Easily kept small by pruning.
Mugho Pine dwarf Pinus mugo pumilio Grows to about 2 ft. makes an attractive mounded shape. Very hardy & rugged. Tolerates clay soil quite well. Full sun to part shade.
Service Berry Amelanchier 'Regent' Large white flowers, brilliant yellow & orange fall color in this dwarf selection. Bird love the berries.
Hope one of these suggestions is just right for your landscape.
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