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Plant for hot, southern exposure, brick wall

Posted by cstleddy 7b Raleigh, NC (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 25, 09 at 16:37

My garage wall is teracotta colored brick exterior with two windows, south facing, and full southern sun (Raleigh, NC). The brick get's extremely hot during summer. I have 3 dwarf chinese hollies evenly spaced there already but they are so boring. One rambling type rose is planted between two windows (against brick), but it is struggling. What else can I put in the rose's place for some color?

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RE: Plant for hot, southern exposure, brick wall

Lantana might work in that spot.

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