Hello, this is my first post here. We are looking for advice. We are struggling to find something suitable to plant next to an unsightly building adjacent to our garden. Currently, there are some laurel bushes, but they don't look to have done too well. They are planted close to the concrete foundations of the building, and in very wet soil. Our research around various websites suggests these conditions aren't ideal.
We are considering what to plant there instead. First thoughts were photinia red robin, hornbeam or some sort of willow. We are concerned the willow roots might interfere with the septic tank at the bottom of the garden though.
We are most likely limited as to what we can plant there, as the soil is very wet (often waterlogged).
Any suggestions welcome. Thanks in advance.
Screening / hedging in waterlogged soil
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