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Old 05-09-2004, 11:39 AM
JTS lawn care JTS lawn care is offline
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what plant should i use

i am replaceing a couple of crimsom spireas they are under a couple of big pine trees and was wondering what you guys think i should put in there. they need to beable to handle acid soil, not a whole lot of sun and be around 6'-8' and have lots of foliage also would work in zone 5 . anything would help
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Old 05-12-2004, 07:35 PM
DowntoEarthLLC DowntoEarthLLC is offline
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azaleas

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not a whole lot of sun and be around 6'-8' and have lots of foliage also would work in zone 5
Azaleas and Rhododendrons
...but I understand if you or your customer doesn't like the sound of azaleas...

do you want evergreen? deciduous?

sweetbay magnolia?
hydrangeas?
Carolina allspice?
Japanese quince?
winged euonymus?

there really is alot of options.
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