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Many shrubs thrive in the shade, including mountain laurel, climbing hydrangea, Carol Mackie daphne, Japanese rose, emerald and gold euonymus, yew, hemlock, hetz Japanese holly, sky pencil holly and andromeda. For instan... More »

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Some shade-loving shrubs for temperature zone 5 include red chokeberry, Japanese barberry, common sweetshrub, summersweet, sweetfern, gray dogwood, hazelnut, daphne, witchhazel, kalmia, Japanese kerria, privet, northern ... More »

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Acid-loving plants and shrubs are those that thrive in soil with a pH level of around 5.5. Due to the low pH level, the plants are able to absorb nutrients that are necessary for growth. More »

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Mountain laurels, emerald and gold euonymus, hemlocks, sky pencil hollies and Japanese rose are shrubs that thrive in the shade. Hemlocks, emerald and gold euonymus, and sky pencil hollies are non-flowering shrubs, while... More »

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Canadian hemlock and common yew are the most shade-tolerant evergreen trees. Concolor fir, American holly, white fir and western arborvitae tolerate light levels of shade. More »

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Some shade-loving shrubs for temperature zone 5 include red chokeberry, Japanese barberry, common sweetshrub, summersweet, sweetfern, gray dogwood, hazelnut, daphne, witchhazel, kalmia, Japanese kerria, privet, northern ... More »

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Holly shrubs are plants from the Ilex, or holly, genus, which contains over 400 different species. Holly shrubs are usually known for their prickly, dark green leaves and bright red drupes, which are only produced by fem... More »

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