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Rose of Sharon in shade?

Posted by lisa2004 NY Z5/6 (My Page) on
Sun, May 2, 10 at 9:30

I had 2 Rose of Sharon that were not impressing me where they were planted. I decided to move them to put hollies in. The spot that I moved the Rose of Sharon to is very shady. I don't care if they don't flower much, but I would like them to survive as they will make a bit of a privacy screen where they are now. Anyone else have them in the shade? (They may get some morning sun, the rest of the day is dappled, at best).


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RE: Rose of Sharon in shade?

I have 3 of them in part shade and they are doing just fine.


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RE: Rose of Sharon in shade?

I have one in a very shady spot and it grows and flowers just fine.


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RE: Rose of Sharon in shade?

  • Posted by whaas 5a Milwaukee (My Page) on
    Sun, May 2, 10 at 22:13

I had one that did poorly in shade...I consider shade 3 or less hours of direct sun.

I have another one that gets morning sun and then some early evening sun...its quite happy.


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