Low Growing Shrubs for a Shade Area

At just 18- to 30-inches high, rhododendron 'Mary Fleming' thrives in part to full shade, where it brightens the garden with creamy yellow April blooms. Pair it with May-blooming evergreen azalea 'Mrs. Henry Schroeder,' an 18- to 36-inch shade lover with soft pink flowers.

Keywords: low shade shrubs, shade loving shrubs, shrubs for shade, shade gardening

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