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companions for thermopsis

Posted by scenery zone 7 VA (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 25, 04 at 16:46

I have been trying to determine what might look nice with the yellow of thermopsis but can't seem to hone in on the flowering time exactly - in my scheme of spring perennials. I know it's pretty early. As early as peonies? Have looked through my best companion books but no one seems to mention thermopsis. Any ideas?

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RE: companions for thermopsis

Hi scenery!

I'm not sure if the timing would be right in your area, but where I am in southwestern Ohio Thalictrum kiusianum, a purple dwarf growing about 8-10" tall, blooms at the same time as the thermopsis. It's a pretty combination, the soft yellow and the lavender.

RE: companions for thermopsis

Forget me Nots are a great combo. The Blue and Yellow are great together and they definitely bloom at the same time here.

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