For many years I had a turtle habitat in my grandparent's backyard. Well I have sold my turtles, and I have been interested in creating a zen or dry landscape garden. My biggest consern is our large mulbery tree that completely shadows the entire area. There is no chance of it leaving, so I am trying to find a way to work around it. It likes to drop leaves, allows little to any light into the space, and come November the branches have to be cut down. There is pretty much no other space for me to create my garden, not to mention the space as of now is an eye sore. Can someone help me?
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