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planr=s for dry clay shade

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Geranium (Cranesbill) would be a good start.

12 Mar, 2010


Ruscus aculeatus (butcher's broom), any variety of comfrey - the smaller forms make a lovely covering, Mahonias - especially the ground cover form, euphorbias - agsin, the smaller forms cover well and quickly. Snowdrops and grape hyacinths, epimediums, lamium. Give them a good start by watering the bottom of the planting hole and incorporate some compost when planting, then leave them to get on with it!

12 Mar, 2010


AUCUBA is good shrub- evergren to

12 Mar, 2010

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