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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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Shrubs that tolerate heavy shade include gray dogwood, Japanese kerria, black jetbead, mapleleaf viburnum and coralberry. Yew and laurel are two evergreen shrubs that also grow well in heavy shade. 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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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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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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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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Many types of ornamental trees thrive in Zone 6. You can choose deciduous trees that lose their leaves in the fall, or evergreen trees. It is best to consider the size of the tree at maturity when planting. Plant smaller... More »

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