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Re: favorite combinations

How about Great Expectations/ Jack of Diamonds,or the pairs, 
Patriot/Loyalist(or Patriot/ Fire and Ice)?
In miniatures Baby Bunting/Pandora's Box make a great combo. Zounds or 
Heartache with a good sized blue like Bressingham Blue is nice. Flame Stitch 
or Night 
before Christmas look good in front of almost any green, Green Piecrust for 
example. September Sun looks good with almost any solid color.
Larger Tiarellas like Dark Eyes or Laird of Skye look great with hosta. The 
smaller tiarella Running Tapestry
is a fine ground cover among hosta, too. 
Many pulmonarias like the silvery Excalibur or British Sterling, or any of 
the dozen spotted ones like Bertram Anderson or Roy Davidson, are good 
companions for hostas (though powdery mildew can sometimes be a problem). 
Along with ferns like Crested Lady fern and Cinnamon
fern, blue holly and spreading yews provide nice texture. Gail 
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