Re: Companion Plants
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- Subject: Re: Companion Plants
- From: "william b. cook" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 27 Feb 1998 19:12:44 -0700 (MST)
I was thinking the Annual Larkspur, is that
> a good plant? Any suggestions?
If I am correct, the Annual Larkspur doesn't like heat, and thus is
better suited to the Pacific Northwest and the New England states.
The Coralbells suggested by Debby Wheeler would be a good choice.
They grew very good for me in Kentucky, and should do well in your part of
Virginia. This plant is perennial, and has a long bloom season, and is not
invasive. It will slowly increase, and since the crowns can work their way
out of the soil, should be re-set about every third year in August. I
would recommend a type smaller than PURPLE PALACE. The common pink form is
Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, FL. Too far south for Coralbells. [Heuchera]