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companion for 'autumn coral' encore azalea's

Posted by souppeggy z8GA (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 20, 09 at 20:45

I bought 5 one-gallon encore azalea's-autumn coral at Lowe's today. Going back to get another. I plan on planting these up my front walk-way with 3 on one end (standard rose perhaps in the middle) and then the 3 at the end near the door. These azalea's grow two and half feet tall and three feet wide. I would like something in the middle that would really complement the azalea's. I have only thought of a standard rose but perhaps you have other ideas. I don't want this middle plant to be shorter or too tall maybe 4 feet. It will be a long time until these get three feet tall. Also if you know what looks good with "Silver Anniversary" Abelia let me know.
I need to purchase and plant next week Thank you


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RE: companion for 'autumn coral' encore azalea's

can you post some pictures of the plants at maturity and the area you're planting?

I like pale blue and white with orangey colors,
red violets with coral.
butter yellow with soft salmon-coral.

I'm not sure which your autumn coral blooms are.


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