Foundation Plants For Very Narrow Bed

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The bed is about 45' long. I would like to plant Ruby Loropetalum, Carissa Holly and Indian Hawthorn. There is an arborvitae anchoring one corner. I would like to use a Wax Myrtle, Japanese Cleyera to act as an anchor/screen on the back corner. My problem is where to plant the 3 chosen foundation plants. There is one window and an air conditioner.


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Answer #1 · Gardenality.com's Answer · Hi Joyce - Can you upload a picture of the area where you intend to plant something narrow? Seeing the space would help. If you can't upload a picture, how tall and wide do you want the plants that you'll use in the narrow space to grow? Is the area sunny, shady or part shade? If part shade, does it get sun in the morning or the afternoon? With a picture and answers to these questions I'll provide you with some recommendations for plants.

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