all about groundcover tree with ring of geraniums
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Where to Use Them: Around Trees

Look for shade-tolerant varieties that don't need regular cutting to look tidy, since a string trimmer can damage tree trunks. Unlike turf, the ring of hardy geraniums shown here happily grows in partial shade and requires little tending. When planting under conifers, keep in mind that their branches shed water. Plants that like dry shade will grow best.
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