Planting in front of shrubs - Knowledgebase Question

Decatur, ga
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Question by bevtyus
April 14, 2007
Hi, I have 4ft high shrubs in front but want some perennial color added in front of them. Only about 2ft wide of space to plant; azaleas there now but they growing into shrubs. What is a good perennial that will not grow more than 3' high and 2' wide? Direct sun from 2pm until sunset.

Answer from NGA
April 14, 2007
I'd remove the azaleas and plant a bushy perennial like lavender or heather in the spot. Another suggestion is Shasta Daisy. Or, for a real splash of color, plant geraniums.

Best wishes with your landscape!

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