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8 best shade-tolerant shrubs

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6. Handsome men with non-standard bark

One of the most loved by decorative and deciduous shrubs designers, famous for their red or blue fruits and the bright color of the shoots, literally transforming winter gardens, deeren copes not only with urban conditions and are relatively unpretentious, but also pleasantly surprised by the presence of shade-tolerant species.

Dogwood red, or Svidina blood red (Cornus sanguinea).

Some deeren can even be considered shade-loving shrubs. These plants combine drought tolerance with excellent tolerance to pruning and unpretentious care. They allow you to create a garden that is attractive throughout the year and greatly simplify the maintenance of your compositions.

The best shade-tolerant species of dogwood certainly belong to:

Doeren red, or Svidina blood red (Cornus sanguinea) - a spectacular deciduous shrub with a unique branching of the crown and drooping shoots, usually painted in different colors - from bright green to purple and red. In height, it can reach 4 m. The round-ovoid, very bright leaves of red doeren in autumn change color to blood red and are an ornament of any composition. The dull-white thyroid inflorescences are not as noticeable as the autumn necklace of black pea fruits.

Male doerenwhich is often referred to dogwood (Cornus mas) is an even higher species with dark bark, often forming trunks with age and turning into trees. Solid, oppositely sitting leaves with a light color reach 10 cm in length. Male deeren flowers are yellow, small, gathered in bunches, always bloom before the leaves appear. Fruits can be of completely different shapes and colors, sizes and tastes.

Male dogwood, or Common Dogwood, or Male Dogwood (Cornus mas).

In the openwork shadow of large trees, you can use Doeren is white, orSvidin white (Cornus alba) is one of the most beloved species of this shrub. Reaching a height of only 3 m, with flexible shoots of coral red color, this shrub stands out not only with dazzling winter shoots and numerous variegated varieties, but also with a bright purple-red autumn outfit. Small white flowers in the first half of summer adorn the white dogwood, but they are then easily eclipsed by the spherical white-blue berries of the fruits.

Dogwood white, or Svidin white (Cornus alba).

Prerequisite: Degrains are undemanding to soils, although they develop best on loams with loose texture

Use possibilities: in single lots, group plantings, as a skeletal plant or in flower beds, undergrowth in the shade, on the edges.

For a list of the best shade-tolerant shrubs, see the next page.

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