Portland, Oregon. Evergreen shrub/bush/whatever. 2 to 7 feet tall when full grown. Partial sun (more shade than sun).
And now the final requirement that I don't know about - Area is at a bottom of a slope. There is a small spring in the hill that dumps out in this area. The soil in this area is ALWAYS (except for maybe a few weeks in the middle of the summer) very, very wet. For example, the the raw part of the property in this area, skunk weed grows. I transplanted a hydrangea (yes, not an evergreen) there that I got for free and it died. I put some other type of bushlike tree there (also got it for free) there and it died also.
I have some rhododendrons there and some are fine, but some are one their way out. I have one other evergreen bush there that does great (don't know what it is), but want to get something different in there for some variety.
I have since realized that next time when I do plant something there I will dig the hole extra large and make sure I put in a type of soil mixture that drains extra well. I am sure this will help but I still want to put species down in that area that don't mind too much that their roots might be wet all the time.