Texas Members!

pollards@adelphia.net pollards@adelphia.net
Wed, 18 May 2005 17:12:14 PDT
Dear Texas members:

Two of my favorite native geophytes that I grew while in Texas (at least I consider them geophytes) were angel trumpets (Acleisanthes longiflora) and scarlet muskflower (Nyctaginia capitata), both in the four-o'clock family.  I have left plants wherever I've lived and gardened, but now I find myself seedless and without two of my favorite plants.  Does anyone have these plants growing nearby?  I know they occur as far east as the Hill Country and should be ripening seed soon and for the rest of the growing season on and off.  I will be happy to reimburse postage or trade some Herbertia lahue, Clitoria mariana, or Tecoma stans var. stans seed I have handy.  Please respond privately.

Shawn Pollard
Yuma, AZ

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