Choosing flowers for enclosed corridor

scott_sproutJune 1, 2009

I just moved into an apartment in Brooklyn that has a small garden. About 1/4 of the space is a long 5'by 25' corridor that has ~ 1' borders on the north and south sides of the corridor. The space has good western exposure, but a large tree, tall fences and the apartment limit eastern, southern and midday exposures. My question is this - what type of flowers would thrive in these conditions?

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