A Texas Hill Country yard turned wildlife habitat...
I loved finding this vine on my daughter's property in Dripping Springs. Wish I had a garden where it would grow. Thanks for sharing.
I transplanted all three of mine. :-)
I've decided native milkweed are my gardener's Great White Whale. I'd say sign me up for seeds but I'm not reading that these occur naturally in Travis County. Worse than that, I've already watched over the NON-germination of several varieties of native milkweed seeds so I don't dare risk yours. They are lovely and all should go to good homes! : )
Hi there. I am wondering if you still have pearl milkweed seeds?
I will soon! They're busting out in blooms!
I'm in San Marcos. Do you have any left?
The seed pods haven't opened yet. So I'll have seeds soon.
JT, I've got seeds now.
Great! How do I get in contact?
Email me at email@example.com
Oh, I have been reading about these and looking for seeds! Do you still have any you'd be willing to share with a novice gardener?
Elizabeth, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I just ask for a self-addressed stamped envelope. If I don't have any right now, I WILL later this summer!