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Re: Companion hostas for H. Frosted Jade


In a message dated 5/2/1999 10:26:58 PM Central Daylight Time, 
RonnieEA@aol.com writes:

<< Do any of you hosta-ites have a good suggestion as to what hostas look 
good 
 with H. Frosted Jade?  >>

Ronnie,

I think FJ is such an outstanding hosta, I wouldn't use other hostas as 
companions. 

I'd simply use white impatienses.

If you want to use hostas, I think any dark green would look nice. And to 
give a contrast in form, what about the kikutii types? Fourth of July would 
be a nice contrast and accent. Soules Pruinose would also work well. Maybe H. 
tardiflora?

I would stay away from the blues.

Clyde Crockett z5
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