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I need some ideas for types of tiny plants to add to my gnome garden in deep shade,dry soil of a huge double trunk oak.I do try to water on a regular bases. I'd like to put in something ground hugging around the stones in the path,something that would look like little trees and shrubs...of course something with tiny blooms too. About all I have ,small,in that area are some mini hostas I grew from seed. Use to have some small ferns but they've disappeared over the years. I use to have some 2 inch flower pots w/cold cast resin flowers on either side of the door to the gnome house but the STINKIN' SQUIRRELS finaly destoryed them.
I've tried Irish and scotch moss and even native mosses moved from other parts of the yard but they just don't take.