Help me pick!
I need to fill a pretty small space in the front flowerbed and would like to put a hydrangea in this spot. It is just slightly lower than the rest of the bed and is wettest part of the bed. It does not have standing water but when I run the soaker hoses in the bed, it is a little more soggy than the rest of the bed. The space I need to fill is 2-3' wide and my wife and I would like blue flower color although I don't know the ph of the soil. Height should be under 4'. I am in the Fort Smith, AR area. The spot faces the south and gets sun from noon-dark (not ideal, I know).
Anything out there that would do well in this spot?
If hydrangea is not good for this spot for whatever reason, I am open to other suggestions. Already in the bed is liriope, chinese fringe flower, day lillies, dynamite crape myrtle, chiffon azalea, nandina, and boxwood.