Everyone seems to like the winecup. This Texas native is a favorite along highway rights-of-way and on wildflower trails, as well as in home gardens.
Archive for 2008
Kate found a calling later in life when she began teaching others what she’d taught herself about botany. She created a workshop to instruct gardeners across Texas on how to use dichotomous keys for plant identification
A happy surprise for me several years ago when I began paying more attention to the trees of the Hill Country was “discovering” the Lacey oak (Quercus laceyi). I especially was struck by the graygreen […]
Delve into all the research and you’ll find at least a dozen reasons why mistletoe is associated with the Yule season.
The Society rewarded achievements in the field of native plants at the Awards Banquet in Jasper during its 2008 Fall Symposium