I recently had to build a shed, and would like to place some shrubs around it so it doesn't stand out quite so much, and to mask the gap that the shed runners create. Unfortunately, when I planned ahead for the gravel shed foundation, I did not think ahead for landscaping -- otherwise, I would have left two feet for plants to grow. I've got about a foot on each side of the shed to plant. Right now, there is 3" or so of gravel down, but I can move some to plant whatever kind of shrub I choose. Please suggest some sort of evergreen that would work well in this space -- I would prefer bushes that will grow into a small hedge. I'm thinking about 2 feet high will probably work best, since the shed side walls are only 6' high. Here are some pictures that may help visualize what I'm working with: From Help me pick shrubs From Help me pick shrubs I'm located in Marietta,GA, so I am in hardiness zone 7B. Due to the shed, each side probably gets sun about half of the day. Thanks for your help ahead of time.