Planting Under Bradfordpear

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I have a tiny front yard with an enormous Bradford planted by my mom 30 years ago. It is in good shape and I don’t want it down because of the shade for the house. I have a small flower border in front of/at the drip line, with mulch around base of the tree.
Would ajuga, lysymachia, or fern growing nearby also grow under the tree? The ajuga is a cultivar and very robust.
Will it catch hold if I plant it in only a few spots, with the mulch remaining?


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