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Re: Best hosta's to put with impatiens

In a message dated 3/27/99 2:38:06 PM Eastern Standard Time, RonnieEA@aol.com

<<  Well, as far as why not try some white impatiens, I guess white is
 not my favorite color - I prefer a mass of color, and have generally gone
 red,  the fucias and lilacs etc.  >>

Why not try those peach/salmon colored impatiens?  I love them and the color
would compliment either blue, green or chartreuse Hosta. Don't know how well
they would look with Gold Hosta, but hey, what is one season to find out if
the combination works?

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