We live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Over the last few years our lawn has withered and now we are almost grassless. After researching we are considering planting Buffalo grass. However, after spending ages on the internet, we have been unable to find a place that preferably sells sod, or if not, the seed. Prefer not to purchase on line. Your assistance please on places to purchase. Thank you.
Looking for source of Carex texensis in Beaumont, TX May 11, 2012 - Looking for Carex texensis, the only place I find it is in Tennessee or North Carolina. Should I buy it online from those places to put in Beaumont, TX? view the full question and answer
Source of seeds for non-native euphorbia peplus from Boynton Beach FL March 10, 2011 - Where can I buy Euphorbia peplus? (milkweed) seeds, sap used in treating skin cancer?
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Location of Texas wild olive (Cordia boissieri) for sale October 29, 2008 - Do you know where to purchase Cordia boissieri A. DC.?
I recently lost a tree during Hurricane Ike (I live in Houston, Texas)and have prepared the old area for a new tree. I've been researching the ... view the full question and answer
Seed sources for Mexican Gama Grass August 28, 2006 - I'm trying to find a seed source for Mexican Gama Grass (scientific name is Tripsacum lanceolatum). Can you help me? Thanks. view the full question and answer
Where can I find Opuntia santa-rita? February 09, 2009 - Dear Mr. Plants - I'm trying to locate a type of opuntia violacea-santa rita. (Purple prickly pear) Instead of the normal pads, this cactus has rippled pads that almost look like a type of coral. It... view the full question and answer