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Re: citrus companions?


I have a Japanese parlor maple that has ivy, polka dot plant and baby's tears growing underneath it. The baby's tears might be your best bet. Seems pretty forgiving and really looks neat dripping over the edges of the pot.

Pamela



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wellsjason1@netscape.net wrote on 9/26/2002
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anyone have some ideas for good companions to survive un some planters beneath a few citrus trees? thearea is fairly shaded most of the time, although in one scenario it is mostly sun. would appreciate any ideas or links very much

adios
jsun

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