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Old 07-28-2019, 06:00 AM
JackBinimbul JackBinimbul is offline
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Default Re: Native Texas Plants

Thank you for the responses!

You're right about state boundaries. It just seemed easier to say "Texas-native", though anything native to the green anole's southern/gulf habitat is perfectly suitable. None of the plants I'm currently looking at are Texas-specific.

Some of the microgramma ferns are beautiful and I'll definitely be looking into them. Aristolochia is an excellent option for some unique shape and color.

Very helpful! Now I just need to figure out if there are any gulf-native mosses that would work for this setup. It's so difficult to even find people identifying the species when selling moss.
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