I love native plants! My passions: learning what is native to the Fort Worth Prairie ecoregion and gardening for wildlife in the urban setting!
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Growing Method for Seeds Species: Asclepias viridis, A. asperula, A. incarnata, A. verticillata, A. oenotheroides, A. tuberosa Author: Barbara Keller-Willy BarbaraAnKeller@aol.com, Monarch Gateway Feel free to share but give credit if emailed or published. Milkweed Sprout Harvesting Propagation Method (71-78% success depending upon type of milkweed) Pour 4 cups vermiculite in zip lock bag. Put seeds into dry…Read more
Photo by Campbell & Lynn Loughmiller, courtesy of the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center [spacer] Growing Method for Seeds Species: Eustoma Exaltatum, Texas Bluebells Author: David Burkel Feel free to share but give credit if emailed or published. "What worked for the seeds that I was able to get to maturity. I don't have enough experience…Read more
We need YOU to get involved and a make a difference for native plants and our local environment! There are a few leadership positions opening up for the 2018 calendar year. Please contact Kim Conrow to participate, whether it be a once a year or on a more regular basis. Did you know...You do NOT have…Read more
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- September 4, 2016 on NLCP Class