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what other flowers should i grow with oriental lilies? I prefer

Posted by mac_girl_81 9 - Los Angeles (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 20, 06 at 2:21

short flowers/not more than 12 inches tall. Heat resistant and hardy. Thanks


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RE: what other flowers should i grow with oriental lilies? I pref

Well lets see:
Marigolds
Zinnias
Nasturtiums
Coleus
Dianthus
Scabiosa
Coreopsis
dwarf daylilies
Snapdragons
California poppies
African daisies
sedum
euphorbias
verbenas
the list goes on and on.

Go to your local nursery and pick something you like that will grow in your area. If I could grow them, I'd grow the beautiful sand verbenas that grow so well in southern California.


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RE: what other flowers should i grow with oriental lilies? I pref

coreopsis
hosta
marigolds
anise hyssop

i'll be interested to hear what others think.
i'm changing everything at the end of this season


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