Yes, for future reference, it is good to have it so you don't have to keep telling us over and over. But for now Overhauling told us Ohio, zone 6.
Personally, I try to discourage people from planting 100 feet of any one thing. Making a monoculture planting like that makes it a beacon for every disease and pest of that plant. And once the disease/pest finds them, it will spread rapidly from one to the next. California planted 100's of miles of oleander shrubs down the freeway medians. Now they are being attacked by a disease and are all dying and it is costing the state millions of dollars to replace.
If you make a mixed border of a number of different shrubs, the problems will be less likely to find them, they will not spread as easily, because there is more space between individuals and that space is filled with things that the insect or whatever probably doesn't like which acts as a barrier. And worse case, if all the individuals of one type die out, it just leaves a few holes, it doesn't wipe out the whole hedge.
And I think the mixed border is so much prettier and more natural looking. You can have things blooming/fruiting at all different points in the season.....