'Ruby' Loropetalum and Gold Mound Spirea-what's in-between?

souppeggy(z8GA)March 29, 2004

Today I planted two 'Ruby' Loropetalum- 3 gallon size and gold mound spirea's. The loropetalum is in front of a tea olive. Since the 'Ruby' is a dwarf and small right now, what would you suggest as an annual or perrennial that can be planted in-between the loropetalum and tea olive to give a filled in look until the loropetalum gets more mature?

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Nell Jean

Lilies. I use 'LA lilies' (longiflorum/asiatic hybrids) among my lorpetalums and spireas.

    Bookmark   April 26, 2004 at 10:59PM
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