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Coryphantha sneedii var. albicolumnifera

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Fred, Love seeing your pictures, thanks for posting.  Big Bend is a magical place for plants.  Your "Silverlace Cactus"  looks too big to be Coryphantha
fre38d
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May 22

Gaillardia? Helenium?

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Fred--what an interesting plant. Both Gaillardia and Helenium should have toothed ray flowers, as should Coreopsis and Thelesperma. Any chance of a good photo
Monique Reed
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May 11

Gaillardia? Helenium

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Please tell me what this is. The long, thin twisted bracts that peek through the petals should make it easy to identify. But …. Fred Johnson Please tell
fre38d
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May 10

Opuntia densispina

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I'm happy that I found it on 4/19/15 in Big Bend National Park. According to A. Michael Powell et al.'s _Cacti of Texas_ it has a "limited distribution." For
fre38d
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May 9

Native Plants at the Bush Center (Dallas) Native Texas Park

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The Bush Library has begun tours of the 15 acre Native Texas Park just south of the main building. This park was designed to highlight the 3 main eco-regions
ehof310
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May 8

A pea in Big Bend National Park

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Fred, My books on Big Bend are not handy at the moment but they definitely look like an Astragalus species. From looking at the Atlas of Vascular Plants of
fre38d
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May 7

Atelopehorn milkweed questions

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slowly, slowly, slowly. and they don't come back the next year -- my experience with A. asperula seedlings. Mary Kennedy Your passion for nature and
Morgan Landrum
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May 4

FW: [NPSOT-NPAT] Eryngium? [1 Attachment]

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I agree with Charlotte. Below is what I sent Fred on Saturday if anyone wants to check it out. Fred, one correction to what I wrote you (& removed from below)
walkinghorselady2002
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May 4

Eryngium?

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Fred, I suspect that you found a star thistle, probably Malta star thistle (Centaureum melitensis). See
fre38d
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May 4

Big Bend NP wildflower

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Doesn't look like the leaf matches Gilia regidula. I have many of the Gilia rigidula on my ranch and the leaf is not like the picture posted. *Kathy Comer*
fre38d
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Apr 30

Propagation project

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Anone out there in the Houston area and know of any Agarita/barberry/mahonia/berberis plants growing in the area? I'm interested in getting a few clippings.
rbevirttunnell
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Apr 26

Mid-century Map of Wild Flowers

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Thought many of you would be interested in seeing this. Forwarded by permission from the friend who sent it to me, a past director of Plant Conservation
Catherine Lustgarten
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Apr 21

Blooming plants @ Warbler Woods Bird Sanctuary 3-1-15-3-31-15

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Blooming plants @ Warbler Woods Bird Sanctuary 3-1-15-3-31-15 Blooms 030115 to 031515 Mountain Laurel Texas Bluebonnet Small yellow clover Dewberry Prairie
Susan Schaezler
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Apr 5

Grass Id wanted

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Alineofdots, It looks like it might be Bushy Bluestem, Andropogon glomeratus. Is it growing in low areas like a bar ditch along the road? These like moisture
alineofdots
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Mar 29

Warbler Woods Native White Mountain Laurel

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Blooms 030115 to 031515 Mountain Laurel Texas Bluebonnet Small yellow clover Dewberry Prairie Verbena Elbowbush Crow Poison Texas Redbud* Agarita Texas Almond
Susan Schaezler
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Mar 18
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