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The Library & Archive maintains a database of the original Wildflower Newsletter published quarterly from 1984 to 1998. The newsletters track the history of the Wildflower Center and include letters from Lady Bird Johnson and other stories of cultural and historical significance.

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1984 VOL. 1, NO.1asdasdPyrrhopappus pauciflorus (Smallflower desert-chicory)
Ratibida columnifera (Mexican hat)
Agave americana (American century plant)
Sophora secundiflora (Texas mountain laurel)
Pectis angustifolia (Limoncillo)
Lady Bird Johnson
Kathryn Kennedy
1984 VOL. 1, NO.2Lady Bird Finds Wildflower Lovers Everywhere, Center Expands With New Building, More Staff, Why Wildflower, Over 1000 Attend Center's Country Fair Benefit. Sphaeralcea coccinea (Scarlet globemallow)
Gaillardia pulchella (Firewheel)
Phlox drummondii (Annual phlox)
Lupinus texensis (Texas bluebonnet)
Lady Bird Johnson
David Northington
1984 VOL. 1, NO.3Lady Bird Looks Forward to Fall\'s Activity, Gardeners Celebrate a Decade of Operation Wildflower, Memo from the Director, Buffalo Grass A Water-Saving Turf, Center\'s Research Looks at Interseeding, Center\'s Message Carried Far and Wide, Support for the Center Comes in a Multitude of Forms. Bouteloua dactyloides (Buffalograss)
Lupinus texensis (Texas bluebonnet)
Lady Bird Johnson
David Northington
1984 VOL. 1, NO.4Lady Bird Heartened by Progress, Horticultural Society Annual Meeting Held, Director's Report, President's Message, Wildflower Scouts Needed, Notable Quotes, NWRC Open House, Trustees, Major Contributors to the NWRC 1982-1984, Special Friends of the NWRC 1982-1984, Using Natives With Confidence, New York Plans The Night and Day of the Wildflowers Oenothera speciosa (Pink evening primrose)
Engelmannia peristenia (Engelmann's daisy)
Prunus ilicifolia (Hollyleaf cherry)
Rhus ovata (Sugar sumac)
Romneya coulteri (Coulter's matilija poppy)
Pinus torreyana (Torrey pine)
Cercis orbiculata (California redbud)
Pinus coulteri (Coulter pine)
Iris douglasiana (Douglas iris)
Lady Bird Johnson
Nash Castro
David Northington
Charles Huckins
1985 VOL. 2, NO.1A Glorious Spring, Lupines in Landscapes, Director's Report, Notable Quote, Wildflower Potpourri, Bluebonnet Legend, Wildflowers, Dallas Blooms for Wildflowers, New York Lupinus perennis (Sundial lupine)
Lupinus argenteus (Silvery lupine)
Lupinus texensis (Texas bluebonnet)
Lupinus subcarnosus (Sandyland bluebonnet)
Lupinus concinnus (Annual lupine)
Lupinus excubitus (Grape soda lupine)
Lupinus sparsiflorus (Mojave lupine)
Lupinus villosus (Lady lupine)
Hepatica nobilis (Hepatica)
Trillium grandiflorum (White wake-robin)
Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed susan)
Lady Bird Johnson
David Northington
Bette Castro
1985 VOL. 2, NO.2Guide to Black-Eyed Susan, Parkways, Wildflowers for the East, Arboretum Mall to Open Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed susan)
Echinacea angustifolia (Black samson)
Echinacea purpurea (Eastern purple coneflower)
Echinacea paradoxa (Yellow coneflower)
Coreopsis lanceolata (Lanceleaf coreopsis)
Asclepias tuberosa (Butterflyweed)
Achillea millefolium (Common yarrow)
David Northington
Nash Castro
1985 VOL. 2, NO.3Greenhouse Assists Research, Wild color on the Hills, Director's Report, Clearinghouse Wildflower Facts, Nature's Democracy, Portola Valley Ranch Country Living in the West, Wildflower Center Invitation, Washington Weekend of Wildflowers, Xeriscape New Word in Landscaping Rhus lanceolata (Prairie flameleaf sumac)
Rhus aromatica (Fragrant sumac)
Rhus virens (Evergreen sumac)
Rhus glabra (Smooth sumac)
Toxicodendron vernix (Poison sumac)
Toxicodendron vernix (Poison sumac)
Toxicodendron radicans (Eastern poison ivy)
Toxicodendron pubescens (Atlantic poison oak)
Rhus copallinum (Winged sumac)
Rhus copallinum (Winged sumac)
David Northington
George Allen
Pam Dwiggins
1985 VOL. 2, NO.4Message From Helen Hayes, Head for the Hill Country, Spring Tours at the Center, Education in Wildflowers Our Progress and Ideas, Miriam Rothschild Inspects Wildflower Center, Prairie Restoration, Learn About Wildflowers in Austin, Texas, Gala, Symposium Scheduled for May, Redbuds Burst in Bloom, Book Review Growing and Propagating Wildflowers Andropogon gerardii (Big bluestem)
Schizachyrium scoparium (Little bluestem)
Panicum virgatum (Switchgrass)
Sorghastrum nutans (Indiangrass)
Cercis canadensis var. texensis (Texas redbud)
Cercis canadensis var. canadensis (Eastern redbud)
Cercis canadensis var. texensis (Texas redbud)
Cercis orbiculata (California redbud)
Helen Hayes
David Northington
Katy McKinney
Annie Paulson
1986 VOL. 3, NO.1Library and Clearinghouse Serve the Nation, What is a Weed, More than Just a Pretty Face, Watercatchment Natural Water Source Available, Seedling Identification, Know Your Nursery Sources, Wildflower Journal Planned. Helianthus annuus (Common sunflower)
Helianthus angustifolius (Swamp sunflower)
Helianthus maximiliani (Maximilian sunflower)
Solidago nemoralis (Gray goldenrod)
Solidago juncea (Early goldenrod)
Solidago sempervirens (Seaside goldenrod)
David Northington
Laura Martin
Wendy Wood
Annie Paulson
1986 VOL. 3, NO.2Our National Scope Continues to Grow, Sorting Out Seed Sources, New Building Provides Growth Area, Journal Planned for Winter 1986, Botanist Annie Paulson on Board ()
David Northington
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