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Re: Texas Madrone Theft [1 Attachment]

Mike, This is a sad story and I am sorry for your loss. I would like to suggest that you post a copy of your message on the Announcement group for NPSOT
Lloyd Ewing
Mar 19
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Texas Madrone Theft

Hello, Native Plant Friend— Someone came onto our property west of Dripping Springs late Tuesday or sometime Wednesday, and dug up a 4-foot Texas Madrone. 
m prochoroff
Mar 19
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Re: I am really honored by this award. Becoming a NWF habitat stewar

David, you are so deserving. You called me out of the blue to help our neighborhood get the foundation for water at the Hancock Golf Course. Just in time for
carleen edgar
Feb 19
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soil movie

Great movie about soil and plants. Only available for two more days. jb GSP: World Soil Day http://www.fao.org/globalsoilpartnership/world-soil-day/en/
nativecottagegardens
Dec 11, 2014
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Casis project

Ed executed his Casis Forest project flawlessly this morning, we really were only there 1.5 hours!   A large crowd from the school showed up along with us
carleen edgar
Nov 8, 2014
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Fwd: Jeff Ferris presents gardening series at Round Rock Library

... Subject: [New post] Jeff Ferris presents gardening series at Round Rock Library Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2014 23:43:48 +0000 From: Williamson County Chapter
Lloyd Ewing
Nov 6, 2014
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Ladies Tresses question........

At Wild Basin Creative Research Center we have two ladies tresses orchids currently blooming . I understand that they are really hard to distinguish, but I'd
nativecottagegardens
Nov 5, 2014
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Free Sustainable Trail Design and Maintenance Workshop: Nov 15th

Wild Basin Creative Research Center and Central Texas Trail Tamers are offering a FREE trail building and maintenance workshop November 15th from 9am to 1pm.
nativecottagegardens
Nov 2, 2014
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Sustainable Trail Design and Maintenance Workshop: Nov 15th

Wild Basin Creative Research Center and Central Texas Trail Tamers are offering a FREE trail building and maintenance workshop November 15th from 9am to 1pm.
nativecottagegardens
Nov 2, 2014
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Milkweed seeds packaged and ready for Saturday's swap

Finished packaging these milkweed seeds up and ended up with about 40 of each type: * Asclepias asperula (Antelope Horn) was collected in Pflugerville this
carleen edgar
Oct 2, 2014
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Weird cloud on radar is Monarchs migrating

Pick up some free milkweed seeds and nectar plants at the Plant Swap October 4th to help the monarchs bounce back from their historic low numbers in 2013.
carleen edgar
Sep 25, 2014
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>50 great native plants received for the Oct 4th Native Plant Swap

These plants were dug, potted, and donated to the swap this weekend: 24 Plateau goldeneye (Viguiera dentata) 24 Frog fruit (Phyla nodiflora) 7 Standing cypress
carleen edgar
Sep 21, 2014
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Hancock Native Plant Swap date and milkweed seeds

Hi. Mother's Cafe and Garden has approved our plant swap to be held in their parking lot on October 4th, dawn to 9:30am. I have a lot of Antelope Horn
carleen edgar
Sep 12, 2014
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Asclepias incarnata seeds available

Does anyone have use for some rose milkweed seeds? I have two 2014 packages of about 25 seeds each that came free in a shipment of other things. Asclepias
Leslie Bush
Sep 6, 2014
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Re: Sick Flameleaf Sumac [2 Attachments]

I think it may be an insect borer of some kind because of the sap flowing from the cruddy bark on the bottom. I didn't think the sumac were that susceptible,
Lois Kantor
Sep 4, 2014
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