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  2. By gabe serrano on Dec 14, 2013

    hello, I LIVE IN HOUSTON,TX. I AM NEEDING ADVICE FOR MY GARDEN FOR EARLY SPRING 2014.I HAVE SEVERAL PURPLE PASSION FLOWER VINES GROWING GREAT FOR 3 YEARS NOW,ALSO 5 STAR OF TEXAS SHRUBS GROWING. I SIMPLY NEED NAMES OF OTHER NATIVE FLOWERS, HERBS, AND SHRUBS THAT THRIVE IN OUR HOT INTENSE SUN EXPOSURE. IM NOT THE BEST OF A GARDNER, THOUGH THE GREEN THUMB IS ON THE STRONG SIDE. I BRING ANYTHING BACK TO LIFE. SO I TRY.

    THANK YOU,
    GABRIEL SERRANO FIGUEROA

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    Linda reply on December 14th, 2013 4:30 pm:

    Dear Gabriel,

    Thanks for writing! Do watch Central Texas Gardener online at http://www.klru.org/ctg. Our website has tons of plants for you. Right now, it’s sort of in a muddle as we reconfigure it, but go through Plant of the Week to see what catches your eye. Also, visit the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center site where you can type in your location and type of plant you want to get a list of natives. http://www.wildflower.org Best to you in your native drought-tough garden! Feel free to email me at llehmusvirta@klru.org. Linda

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