Someone put this together years ago, but it's in a horrible place for growing flowers. Soil quality is poor, it is on a hill under part shade from several big oak trees, and it gets dry fairly quickly. We added some mulch, but it still gets dry and needs constant watering. Tried growing day lillys and as you can see they can't handle dry, shady spot. It gets sun during mid day but only a few hours worth.
Please let us know what might work. We would like a low maintenance plant that can tolerate these conditions that will look nice around our bird bath. I have some cast iron plants available, but we didn't think they would look good there since they grow as tall as the bath. Thanks for any tips...we're in MS.