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Hi Peter, My back garden used to be a sunny spot, but now it’s shady almost all day. Perhaps some dappled sun right now in the morning, but shaded until 2:30 or 3:30 and mostly sunny through the evening. I was thinking of replacing the two rose bushes (alive, but with one green branch each!) with hydrangeas. Are hydrangeas a good option? Do you have a different suggestion? Thanks!

Most hydrangeas will do fine in that exposure.¬† Ninebark is another option…the best thing to do is drop by, read some of the plant tags to see what you like that matches the conditions.¬† There are also large hosta varieties and other perennials¬†that can be used in the area.

 

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