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Hi, last year moving into a new property I happily planted the garden strip in the front of my unit. from November to March it was very sunny, and annuals looked amazing, but from May to September the garden received no sun at all. Iceland poppies struggled and stretched to find the sun, as did most other plants.

The soil is not very deep so nothing deep rooted will succeed, but I would like now to plant it with small shrubs that will be happy through a shady winter, and sunny summer, I have planted Coleonema pulchellum, which is not very happy, and a daphne which might be sulking, there is also a Choisya left from the previous owners which is very happy, and has been flowering prolifically.

But now I would like to try again, what would like to grow in this funny little garden? I am happy to have some plants in pots for soli depth, and I do love perfume and coloured plants.

Many thanks for any ideas,

Cheers,

Sue

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Hi Sue, It would be best to visit the store as there are lots of different option available, with lots of variability’s as well, which is very hard to explain by email. All stores will have experienced staff to guide you to make a success of your plantings.

Thanks the Palmers Team

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