Some shrubs that thrive in USDA hardiness zone 5 include mountain laurel, rhododendron, witch hazel and some hydrangea varieties. All of these plants grow well in partial to full shade. More »

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Evergreen shrubs that are excellent for hardiness zone 7 are certain varieties of holly, juniper, hebe, rhododendron, azalea and osmanthus. According to the United States Department of Agriculture hardiness zone map, the... More »

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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Evergreen shrubs that are excellent for hardiness zone 7 are certain varieties of holly, juniper, hebe, rhododendron, azalea and osmanthus. According to the United States Department of Agriculture hardiness zone map, the... More »

Japanese grass or Japanese forest grass is best grown in USDA hardiness zones 4-9. This foliage plant grows well in full sun or partial shade. 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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