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ImageLindaTX8
Jan 30, 2011 10:32 PM CST
Name: Linda
Medina Co., TX
It's so late, but I'll get started on this.

COWPEN DAISY
Verbesina encelioides, native wildflower
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PLATEAU AGALINIS
Agalinis edwardsiana, native wildflower
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YELLOW FLAX
Linum Berlandieri, native wildflower

DAMIANITA
Chrysactina mexicana, native wildflower
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LINDHEIMER'S MORNING GLORY
Ipomoea Lindheimeri
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PURPLE HORSEMINT
Monarda citriodora

SCARLET PENSTEMON
Penstemon triflorus, native wildflower
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GOLD COLUMBINE
Aquilegia chrysantha hinckleyana, native wildflower
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PURPLE CUPHEA
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INLAND SEA OATS
Chasmanthium latifolium

TEXAS ASH
Fraxinus texensis

BARBARA'S BUTTONS
Marshallia caespitosa, native wildflower
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FLAME ACANTHUS
Anisacanthus wrightii

DAUCOSMA
Daucosma laciniatum, a wild relative of parsley
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PEARL MILKWEED VINE
Matelea reticulata

PRAIRIE LARKSPUR
Delphinium carolinianum ssp. vimineum (blue)

FENDLER'S BLADDERPOD
Lesquerella Fendleri

WHITE-VEINED DUTCHMAN'S PIPEVINE
Aristolochia fimbriata

BABY BLUE-EYES
Nemophila phacelioides

PURPLE LEATHERFLOWER
Clematis pitcheri

STANDING WINECUP
Callirhoe leiocarpa

SKELETON PLANT
Lygodesma texana

CEDAR SAGE
Salvia Roemeriana

LINDHEIMER'S SENNA
Senna Lindheimeriana

TEXAS MILKWEED
Asclepias texana
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Added (LARGE seeds, so I didn't keep them with the others):
Mexican Buckeye
Ungnadia speciosa
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Imagestarlight1153
Jan 31, 2011 8:08 AM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
AL.
Linda... Is that what you have for trade, or what you are looking for?
ImageLindaTX8
Jan 31, 2011 11:08 AM CST
Name: Linda
Medina Co., TX
For trade...I've got more, but have to get the seeds out again...sigh! Every time I look through them, I remember I should be starting seeds and haven't.
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nbgard
Jan 31, 2011 1:45 PM CST
Name: Tonya Rose
Blanco, TX
Hi Linda! Hope all is well with you. I've started some of the clematis pitcherii that you gave me and have three beautiful mexican buckeye's growing from your seeds. Was in a native swap with Josephine recently too, so I'm starting to really get into this native seed thing. In fact, we have a wildlife exemption on our Blanco land and one of the activities can be planting texas natives. Hot dog! Right up my new ally! Are the scarlet penstemon and purple cuphea Texas natives? BTW, still enjoying repeat Lindheimer's MGs from that little start you gave me a couple of years ago. Thumbs up

Are you looking for anything in particular? I might have some extra's from either of my recent swaps.

Good to hear from you again!

Tonya
Tonya
ImageLindaTX8
Jan 31, 2011 10:11 PM CST
Name: Linda
Medina Co., TX
Tonya, that's great! Glad they worked out. The cuphea isn't native, I'm fairly sure...I don't have a species name on it. I got it from Schumacher's years ago. The Scarlet Penstemon is a native...just not seen very much. I have a suspicion about the native penstemons and deer. Seems that the native penstemons I've got bloom fine in the fenced yard but so far not outside the fence.So I started noticing that the penstemons outside the fence sometimes start getting taller like they're going to bloom, then I noticed they're mysteriously cut back. Between the deer and the mowing along the roadsides, penstemons aren't doing that well...at least not in the wild around here. Ooh, I'd be glad to contribute to your new addiction ...just ask me for anything! I need to add some more things to my list, however.
nbgard
Feb 1, 2011 2:12 PM CST
Name: Tonya Rose
Blanco, TX
Thanks Linda, I think I will take you up on the cuphea and scarlet penstemon and some inland sea oats, too. You can just set them aside for me so I can check out the rest of your list when you have time to put it up!

Are you looking for anything in particular? Are you trying to stay strictly natives?

Tonya
Imagewildflowers
Feb 1, 2011 6:37 PM CST
Name: Christine
Northeast Texas, Zone 7b
Oh my... I love all of your native wildflowers! but I have especially been looking for the native Barbara's Button!!

I know Tonya already asked, but is there something specific you're looking for to trade? And like Tonya, I've been in a couple of trades so probably have some extra seeds! without a doubt!! LOL
FAITH over fear!

ImageLindaTX8
Feb 1, 2011 9:55 PM CST
Name: Linda
Medina Co., TX
Added a few things. Christine, I've got enough of that one...did very well last year! Well, I've go to think about what I would want...all that comes to mind just at the moment is squash and tithonia, but I'm sure there's lots more. I grow both natives and nonnatives...most Texas natives do better here in the hills. but I like herbs, for one thing. I can send seeds for SASE also. Oh, Tonya, there's going to be a native plant event on the southside of S.A. on March 26th, called Native San Antonio, that should be fun. If you're interested, I can give you details. Last year, it was very cold during the first annual event, but it was really good anyway!
nbgard
Feb 2, 2011 1:17 PM CST
Name: Tonya Rose
Blanco, TX
What a great list! In addtion to the cuphea and scarlet penstemon and some inland sea oats, I'd like to add:
prairie larkspur
baby blue eyes
standing wine cup
skeleton plant
cedar sage
lindheimer's senna
texas milkweed
flame acanthus
barbara's buttons

I will send you some tithonia for sure and see what squash and herbs I have. I think I have one or two kinds of fennel, bronze fennel is one. I also have several kinds of basil and will see what else I have when I am at home. Do you like fennel and basil? I will also see what natives I have and can spare some seeds of. If you think of something else you are looking for "holler"!

I am interested in the native plant event, sounds fun. And thank you for your generosity!

Hope to see you at the spring SA swap!
Tonya
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Imagewildflowers
Feb 2, 2011 2:12 PM CST
Name: Christine
Northeast Texas, Zone 7b
Excellent!

I have several squash & quite a few herbs too so let me know, or whatever else you are wanting. I would much rather share some of my seeds also, if I can Big Grin
FAITH over fear!

nbgard
Feb 2, 2011 8:04 PM CST
Name: Tonya Rose
Blanco, TX
Ok Miss Linda, here's a start of what I have to offer you, my fine friend:
Joe pye weed, eupatorium purpureum
clammy weed, polanisia dodesandra
False indigo, amorpha fruticosa
eastern persimmon, dyosfiros virginiana
wolly passion vine, passiflora foetida
brazos penstemon, penstemon tenuis
desert willow, chilopsis linearis
anacacho orchid tree, bauhinia lunarioides
naturalized garlic noid
Texas tarragon, tagetes lucida
tithonia 'goldfinger'
tithonia 'torch'
basils, ocimum basilicum:
yoeme basi 'mayo'
anise/persian
tulsi
sweet basil
hot and spicy from Goree Island, Senegal
italian parsley- flat leaf, petroselinum crispum
florence fennel
bronze fennel, foeniculum
salvia 'blue chiquita'
salvia coccinea, lavender
sweet dumpling squash

Hopefully there are some here that you like and don't already have! If not, I'll list some more random flowers...!


Tonya
Imagetcs1366
Feb 11, 2011 6:15 PM CST
Name: Terese
Leesburg, FL zone9b
Wisconsin Dells Area, zone4
Linda -- I'd LOVE to have some of your Yellow Flax. It's been on my wants list for about 3 yrs now. Whoot Whoot in finding someone who has it.

also -- the Penstemon. - Penstemon triflorus, native wildflower
and Salvia Roemeriana

Looking for anything in particular?? I really dont have much of a list of haves, but i do have A LOT of seeds.
in the link in my signature, you'll find my spreadsheet... that is about everything i do have.
Terese -- Leesburg, FL & Lake Delton, Wi
My Email is my userID at hotmail.com

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