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Side of House Shrubs Dying, What to Replace Them With!!!

comments (2) April 4th, 2013 in gallery
mtinajero54 mtinajero54, member
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We have these minituare bushes on the side of our house but are dying and are looking for suggestions for something we could replace them with. we were looking for something that would withstand cold/snowy winters since we live in chicago. We were also looking if something that would cover the ground . Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.



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greengardengirl writes: I suggest you take a look at your dirt first. I really can't tell from the photo, but you might want to think about "why" they are dying. How is your soil in this spot? Does it get a lot of salt runoff from the winter etc. It's all about the soil…then go from there. Posted: 9:34 am on April 6th
crizmo writes: I say Blue Rug Juniper. It is cheaper than gravel and almost as drought resistant. I might use the space for containers too... maybe for tomatoes or snap dragons, lotus vines and petunias. Posted: 8:59 pm on April 6th
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