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Posted by deangreen 7b OK (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 12, 12 at 12:41

--CLICK on any PHOTO for larger view.... :)

the Rudbeckia 'Cherry Brandy' grew back nicely this year, the first pic shows Siloam Ebony Doll beneath. The third pic show Eupatorium 'Chocolate' and Silver Groundsel behind/beneath Siloam Dean's Double.

Above shows some mix of Coleus and perilla amongst the daylilies, and 2nd pic of Cestrum 'Orange Peel' with blue and black salvia behind and loropetalum bushes. last pic shows a clump of Siloam Ury Winneford with variegated basil and you can maybe see the ground orchid leaves and the Green Velvet round shrub in back.. :)

Here is a link that might be useful: my garden blog...


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RE: daylily friends...(aka companion plants...) ------

They are very nice. I need to use more companion plants.
kay


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RE: daylily friends...(aka companion plants...) ------

I've been wondering how Cherry Brandy does, I'm glad you like it. I want to get it for my garden. I like the silver groundsel, it sets off the daylily nicely. I don't think I've heard of it before.


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I love the color of Rudebeckia Cherry Brandy! Your coleus plants are nice, too!

Debra


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I agree about the Rudebeckia's. Nice color.

Julia


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