We’re revisiting @MikeTheGardeners ever popular two-part series on planting in dry shade. Most gardens have a shady spot that gets limited light and often limited water too because it may be under a canopy of trees. So what do you plant in dry shade? The good news is that you have plenty of options that will add interest and all year round colour to your garden.
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