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Re: New Topic----Companion Plants (Annuals)

Daniel Nelson wrote:
> Clyde,
> I don't plant annuals very often but these three re-seed every year and
> I leave all that I can.
Hi Dan and Clyde
	I might as well throw my two cents in. I live in a huge old Victorian
house and I have a windrow of imptiens around 2/3 of it, probably over
100 foot long. I keep them well watered and fertilized and I think they
really look nice. I also use a lot of petunias and snapdragons in a
flowerbed along the street. I like annuals because they always put out
alot of color if you take care of them. I doubt if they would pass for
companion plants except the impatiens though.

       Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 319 568-4859
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