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Re: plants... the last of them for this year....


Most suggestions I've heard state pairing it with a dark leafed plant, one being Heuchera 'Palace Purple'. Mine is nestled under a tree peony. (Surprise factor)
Cathy
On Friday, July 16, 2004, at 08:09 AM, Donna wrote:


Ceres (or anyone),
The heuchera was a throw in, somehow it reminds me of a dieing plant.
Trying to pair it up with something, but nothing struck me as -- yep,
that will go nicely together. So those weho have it or seen it in a nice
setting, what did they use with it?



Donna

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