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Re: now Horticulture

Bonnie, the LadyBird Johnson Wildflower Center publishes a handsome
little quarterly called Native Plants.  It's not very big, but is beautifully
illustrated and usually has pretty interesting stuff.  I can't seem to lay
hands on a recent copy, but you should be able to find it online.

In a message dated 11/17/2006 6:18:21 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
holmesbm@usit.net writes:
I agree about Natural History...some of the most interesting articles on
plants have been in NH so I do subscribe to it.  Just finished an article
on the genetic history of flowering plants that I found fascinating.

I guess I haven't settled down to one area of interest.  I am definitely
NOT a lawn person...I guess my knowledge is greatest in herbs and native
plants (native to this area).  Maybe, I'll explore the plant societies in
those areas.

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