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by Elancat on July 27, 2005 05:05 AM
hello~ I just bought a house and have created beds around the front of my house that has full sun. I was thinking either Day lilies or Hydrangia to fill the beds and have them come back every year. But, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions or knew of some flowering evergreen bushes I might try that would nor require cutting back int eh winter.


by RugbyHukr on July 27, 2005 10:37 AM
I will suggest some things that would look nice mixed.

Hinoki Cypress


Black-eyed Susan

Burning Bush

Perennial Hibiscus

Cistena Plum





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by Karrie on July 27, 2005 10:40 AM
I would avoid the hydrengia they require alot of water and dont do so well with alot of sun. I have to water mine daily and on real hot days 2 times a day.

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by libby on July 27, 2005 12:39 PM
I have day lilies and lantana and even in Tampa where I live they always look fresh and bright. The lantana blooms 12 months.
by tkhooper on July 28, 2005 12:56 AM
What about rhodidandrums(sp) sorry about the spelling. Or even azaleas. I'm a beginner so I could be way off. I just think they are pretty.
by rozy221 on July 31, 2005 10:46 AM
I was thinking the same thing as TK-add Mountain Laurel-just don't know what zone your in? Might be too hot for some of these? Good luck! Sorry I'm not much help!

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