Q.Growing under a large radiata pine
I live in the southern highlands of NSW and in the front garden have a very large radiata pine, which is too expensive to remove. I have tried to grow azaleas but most have died and I am desperate to find something that grows well and fills up the space. I have tried clivia but that is also reluctant to grow. I have improved the soil with compost and new soil. It is also a shady spot.
Here is an article that will provide you with many options for planting under pine trees: