I got this client who has a corner of their property where they planted two dogwoods but they aren't thriving to well because it is quite shady with the tall trees surrounding them. So i'm going to transplant them to a sunnier spot and need something to replace. They want a decent sized shrub that has year round foliage and can grow large to fill in this ugly corner of the yard thats bare. So far the best replacement i've found is a Rhododendron. Any other recommendations would be great. thanks I'm ripping out the 3 dead Abbreviates. they're only a year old but most likely died because it is shady on both edges. Pics of the area: It would be planted in front of the large rock.