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20 Great Trees and Shrubs to plant in shade

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Have some areas with shade that you need to spruce up? Plant these trees and shrubs....

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Japanese maple (acer palmatum) Report Abuse
A slender toothed leaf arranged like the fingers on a hand lends to the beauty of this shade lover. And also exhibits good fall color.
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A slow-growing, small leaved evergreen noted for their aromatic foliage
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A broad-leaved evergreen with glossy, dark green, oval leaves and large single or double flower
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Small, handsome trees known for their rosy prink spring flowers
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This shrub loves shade and tolerates poor, dry soil conditions. It also withstands pollution and is a good choice for city gardens
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