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

>> In a message dated 3/7/99 10:23:23 PM Eastern Standard Time,
>> CCREDUX@aol.com
>> writes:
>> << What are the three annuals that you use most extensively in your hosta
>> garden
>>  as companion plants? >>
>> I haven't used annuals much lately.
>> I love Allysum. Given plenty of sun and water it forms a wonderful white
>> blanket (not like the one we have now) around everything else. It can be
>> transplanted by literally just loosening the surface. Reseeds itself and
>> blooms all season.
> Ray W z5
> Mentor, Ohio

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