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Iris Compatable Plants

My first choice of companion plants used with iris is the POPPY -  =

I've used them for years. (annuals & perennial)   Those who =

have been lucky enough to visit Schrieners Garden may have
noticed what their choice is.  Poppies !  ( Mostly the annual type ).

  The fire engine red is a color we haven't yet been able to =

attain (so far) in iris -  So, it becomes quite a sight to see =

fire engine red poppies among the iris -  For those interested
in growing poppies - be aware of the DEA ruling - - - ( See April =

1997 issue of Harpers Magazine - I read it and just about gave
up growing Poppies )

Larry Doucette  Zone 5B

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