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[IGSROBIN] Erodiums in the shadow

Hello Mimy,

It's better to place erodiums in a sunny place in a raised border or
rock garden and shelter them from to much rain in winter.
You could try to grow erodiums in half shade but please protect them
from to much water in our winters.
Perhaps you have some plants of G.nodosum, this is an excellent plant
for shady spots, even under trees as a ground cover.
Maybe somebody has experience in growing erodiums in the shade?

It was nice to meet at our P&G Society.
All the best,

Rein ten Klooster

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