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Sunday - March 11, 2007

From: Crockett, TX
Region: Southwest
Topic: Trees
Title: Retailers of possumhaw
Answered by: Nan Hampton

QUESTION:

How can I find retailers of possumhaw (Ilex decidua)?

ANSWER:

You can find nurseries that specialize in native plants in your area in our National Suppliers Directory. You can also find a similar, but not identical, list in PlantNative.com. You might also contact your nearest Native Plant Society of Texas. They might know of local sources for native plants.
 

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