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There are a variety of shrubs that are excellent for planting and growing in shade zone 7, including sweet shrubs, hydrangeas, needlepalm and rhododendrons. These shrubs prefer moist, well-drained soils, but actually enj... More »

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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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Shrubs that grow well in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness Zone 5 include flowering almond, oakleaf hydrangea, sweetshrub, alpine currant and northern lights azaleas. Zone 5 stretches from southern Maine through n... 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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A few good USDA Hardiness zone 5 shade loving shrubs include the serviceberry, the bottlebrush buckeye, Japanese pieris, dogwood and Virginia sweetspire, according to Birds and Blooms. These are all shown to be hardy in ... More »

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Northeast Nursery suggests that pruning times for ornamental shrubs like rhododendrons depend on the age of the woody part to be pruned; old wood parts of the plant should be pruned immediately after flowering in summer,... More »

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Some of the most common landscaping shrubs include forsythias, Rose of Sharon, rhododendrons, barberry and holly. Landscaping shrubs range in size from the smaller varieties up to the larger tree-like forms. More »

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