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Companion Plants for hostas

I have an amsonia that has yellow/green fern like foliage that is absolutely
wonderful.  The name is hubrichtii, native to the Ozark Mountains.  If you
don't have it, it is a must have for any perennial enthusiasts.  The flowers
are nice but the foliage is wonderful and continues to be wonderful throughout
the growing season regardless of water variances.  Because of the color and
the texture of the foliage it is one of my favorite companion plants.   Chris,
Braintree Z6
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