red dragon and ayogai-- plant anything between them?
We have an ayogai (the green bark equivalent of the coral bark) and a red dragon next to each other in the south-facing front yard on the east side. The plants get morning shade and then afternoon sun. There's ground cover on either side (Santa Barbara daisies) but the ground cover that was between the plants died off and there's just bare dirt now. Should we plant anything in between? Looks kind of funny the way it is now. I was thinking of putting a beach ball size stone in between but my husband thinks that will look silly. Any thoughts? We live in the south SF Bay Area near Stanford University if that makes a difference on plant recommendations. Thanks in advance.