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Discussion in 'Water Gardening' started by Lewie, Nov 8, 2016.

  1. Lewie

    Lewie Apprentice Gardener

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    Had a look at a couple of those kindrid but they say full sun.
    As I mentioned the pots will be shaded mostof the day.
    I would very likely have used lavender but I don't think they like the shade either.
     
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      ARMANDII ADMINISTRATOR Staff Member

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      You could try Choisya, Fuchsia, a small Acer, Perennial Grasses, Epimedium, Fatsia, Cameillia, Yucca, Japanese Pieris:dunno::snorky:
       
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      kindredspirit Gardening around a big Puddle. :)

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      From Lewie. "Had a look at a couple of those kindrid but they say full sun.
      As I mentioned the pots will be shaded mostof the day.
      I would very likely have used lavender but I don't think they like the shade either."

      I have all four, in pots quite happily growing in shade., which is why I mentioned them.
      Lavender must have sun, though. You have to sieve information from the internet.
       
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