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Re: Companion Plants


At 07:13 PM 98-02-27 -0700, Mark Cook wrote:
>I was thinking the Annual Larkspur, is that
>> a good plant? Any suggestions?
>> 
>Ryan,
>     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.  
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Larkspur does well here in our hot dry summers.
I hadn't thought of it but it should be quite good as an Iris companion
owing to its rather light foliage habit.

John Mohtgomery
monashee@junction.net
Vernon  BC  Zone 5





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