I have a customer that wants some hideous boxwoods yanked and replaced with something "pretty". It's an office building, and the bed is about 2' deep, 30' long against the building. It gets afternoon and evening sun, and has NO irrigation. Not even an outside spigot to water from. There are of course windows to consider and not too much overhang into the parking lot. I was thinking about a Nandina, but those are pretty plentiful in other beds. I was also thinking about Ligustrum, but some have said that these can attract bees and wasps. There's an entry door beside this border bed as well as people walking by it. Don't want them to have an issue with people getting stung often. Needs: Something VERY hardy that the summer GA sun and no water won't affect. Something that doesn't spread too much and stays or can be kept neat. Would provide a nice look against red brick. I'd appreciate any information you can provide, thanks.