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MED: Companion perennials


From: Karen Jellum <7kjellum@3rivers.net>

My order of medians will be coming in several weeks.  What are some
perennials to plant with medians?  Because of watering requirements, I do
not wish to mix annuals with the median iris and many of the perennials I
can think of are perhaps to tall to be immediately back of the medians.  Any
suggestions would be welcome.

Karen in Zone 3 whose medians she put in pots last spring seem to be doing
quite well, so in the north, spring divisions seem to be OK.


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