hiding inkberries' legginess
I have four inkberry holly shrubs in the front of the house against the foundation. They are about 10 years old and have gotten pretty sparse on the bottom 2/3 or so. I know pruning can help but also know that this is the character of inkberries. Does anyone have any advice on shrubs to plant in front of them to hide the legginess? I'm about to rip them all out and start from scratch but wanted to be sure i exhausted all options!