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Companion Plants

I have a 3-year-old Yellow Twig Dogwood centered in a 18'x 4'oval bed, with a Knock-out rose on either side. I'm removing the roses and want to replace with something that will work well with the dogwood.
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In your region there's a host of great perennials you could grow in this situation. I would suggest going to our Plant Encyclopedia and do an Advanced Search on your needs and see what pops up. Be sure to input your zone. This way you'll see a wide array of planting options. Plus, most entries have companion plants listed with them.

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