That's how alot of them are sold, just as twigs without roots, or you
can pot it up and just bring the pot in for the winter and keep it in a sunny
spot. That's what I do and it's getting ready to bloom within a couple of
Actually, we have quite a great variety of growers, growing native plant
species. There are at least 10 garden centers in and around Austin, and Dallas
(for that matter) which specialize in native plants. The Ladybird Wildflower
Center has their bi-annual native plant sale next weekend, I believe.
I am looking for seeds of cuttings of Clematis pitcherii. Do you know a source?
Since I see you are a native plant asset, I posted your desire for
Clematis pitcherii to the group this morning. Hopefully, I'll get a
response back and send it to you.
In the meanwhile, you might contact Ted Doremus. He and Lynn Lowery,
used to hang out together.
Mention my name if you want.
Doremus Wholesale Nursery
Specializing in , native trees and shrubs, and bamboo. 4" thru
45 gal. Wetland plant material
Ted Doremus / Owner
Mark Bronstad / Gen. Manager
RR 2 Box 750
Warren, TX 77664-9720
E-Mail Doremus Wholesale Nursery
Indeed, your area is rich with resources. There are 2 NPSOT chapters in
Check out the Texas growers list:
J. Kolenovsky, A+, Network +, MCP
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Thanks so much, I've added this all to my bookmarks. I've been planning on
going out to Peckerwood for a long time. Maybe it's the time I should venture
around. I've printed the article about Ted Doremus and will find out from them
where to find these hard to find species. These are the ones I want to grow and
sell. Support the habit and all!
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