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RE: I need a suggestion

Well hopefully one of the shade gardeners will come up with a perfect item.
Been out of shade since moving here, so....

But my thought would be a fancy trellis of some type, with a vine that has
an interesting flower and leaf colors... now what vine that would be in
shade is a big 'duh' for me....

Will give it some more thought....

Going back to working on the village....

> I am thinking that since it is on the corner of the house it needs to be
> tall and thin.  It can't get too wide because the pine tree that is giving
> it so much shade is only about 5 ft away. The pine base is further than
> that
> but the edge of the pine is about 5ft.  I want to still be able to walk
> through there to get to the side yard.
> The thing I didn't like about the snow ball is because it doesn't get
> enough
> sun it is very limp and leggy... doesn't bloom well and old.  I am betting
> that it is almost 30 years old.  Probably one of the original foundation
> plantings.  I thought of a pyramidal holly of some kind.  I just was
> looking
> at Viburnums.  I am open to suggestions.
> Tricia
> zone 6b
> western Ok

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