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Re: favorite combinations

In a message dated 1/19/00 10:06:58 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
CBCTPLANT@aol.com writes:

<<  Sea Fire or  PeeDee 
 Gold Flash or Chiquita at the base of my dark purple clematis next spring!  
 Go check out Chiquita at the HostaLibrary!  WOW! >>

Carol, remember Chiquita turns green, so by the time the clematis is in bloom 
the hosta will be green.  Chiquita is a wonderful color in the spring.  I am 
interested in adding yellow plants to my collection this year, I will check 
out Sea Fire, and thanks for the tip. Narda.
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