North American Rock Garden Society (Piedmont Chapter) Lecture

Cohosted by the Piedmont Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society and the JC Raulston Arboretum

"Distinctive Texas Native Plants Ideal for Rock Gardens in the Piedmont"
Adam Black, Freelance Plant Hunter

  • Saturday, October 16, 2021 – 10:00 am11:30 am

Being such a big state, Texas has an immense diversity of unique plants from varying ecoregions and climates from humid to arid, but regardless of their natural preferences, a vast array of the state's native plants are increasingly proving adaptable to cultivation all over the United States, and rock gardening techniques further push the limits of what can be grown outside of their native haunts. Explore the enticing, collector-quality Texas native compact shrubs, stunning perennials, tough ferns, and tidy grasses from all over the state that are proving their worth in rock gardens of the Piedmont and beyond, along with options that would be irresistible for the for the adventurous plant geek to trial.

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