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  • Liatris makes a useful landscape plant

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    Liatris makes a useful landscape plant

    For those hard to irrigate areas, Liatris provides an alternative to cactus or succulents and as a bonus attracts butterflies to the garden.

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    How to “rescue” plants

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    How to

    One person can organize a rescue to save valuable native plants from destruction due to development

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    Symposium registration open

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    Symposium registration open

    Our annual fall symposium will be October 16-19 at the Texarkana Convention Center.  Register here now or get more information here.

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    Clematis species provide interest summer through fall

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    Clematis species provide interest summer through fall

    Three Clematis species are found in Central Texas, including one that is native nowhere else in the world.

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    Landscaping class schedule published

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    Landscaping class schedule published

    Classes open for registration now in Georgetown and in San Antonio. North Texas classes to be announced later.

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