North Central Chapter Native Plant Society of Texas
When: Saturday, October 12, 2013
Where: Fort Worth Botanic Garden, 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd.,Fort Worth, TX
Time: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
The sale features a large variety of plant species grown organically by our Chapter Members, including: Ground Covers Perennials, Shrubs, Vines and Trees.
• Grown from local seeds
• Better adapted to our climate
• Low requirement for water
• No need for pesticides or fertilizers
List of Plants for the Fall Sale
PERENNIALS: American Beautyberry, American Germander, Big Red Sage, Blackfoot Daisy, Bluemistflower, Brazos Penstemon, Carolina Phlox, Columbine-Red, Columbine-Yellow, Datura, Drummond’s Aster, Engelmann’s Daisy, False Dragonhead, Frostweed, Gayfeather, Goldenrod, Gregg’s Mistflower, Heath Aster, Lanceleaf Coreopsis, Louisiana Iris, Maximillian Sunflower, Mealy Blue Sage, Mealy Blue Sage ‘Henry Duleburg’, Mexican Hat, Mexican Milkweed, Penstemon ‘Husker Red’, Pigeonberry, Pink Salvia, Pitcher Sage, Pokeweed, Prairie Phlox, Prairie Verbena, Purple Coneflower, urple Fall Aster, Red Yucca, Rose Vervain, Rough Sunflower, Scarlet Sage, Spiderwort, Western Ironweed, Willowleaf Aster, Willowleaf Sunflower, Zexmenia
VINES: Crossvine, Milkweed Vine, Passion Flower-Maypop, Passion Flower-Scarlet Fruit
GROUNCOVERS: Frogfruit, Golden Groundsel, Horse Herb, Lyre-leaf Sage, Missouri Violet, White Avens, Wild Petunia, Winecup, Yarrow
SHRUBS: Autumn Sage-Red, Chile Pequin, Coral Berry, Elderberry, Flame Acanthus, White Mistflower, Rock Rose, Skeleton-leaf Goldeneye, Texas Lantana, Turk’s Cap, Texas Sage-Green, Virginia Sweetspire
TREES: Desert Willow, Eastern Persimmon, Eastern Redbud , Eastern Wahoo , Flame Leaf Sumac, Mexican Buckeye, Mexican Plum, Toothache Tree, Texas Mountain Laurel
GRASSES & SEDGES: Cherokee Sedge, Inland Seaoats, Little Bluestem, Mexican Feathergrass
This sale is part of the Fort Worth Botanical Society’s Biannual Plant Sale
Plant Sale Location
The plant sale is located at the back side of the Botanic Gardens. Exit north from Interstate 30 on Montgomery Street. Look for the huge Plant Sale signs on the the right. It is only a short distance from the exit.
See our website for more information about native plants and our organization: www.txnativeplants.org