West Texas, with Adam Black
A Traveler's Garden Webinar
Touring West Texas
Plant hunters don’t need to go to exotic, foreign lands to find new plants when our own country has much left to discover. Texas is especially unique in that most of the state has long been privately owned, making huge tracts of land that contain a variety of unique ecoregions and microhabitats historically difficult to access by botanists. Even the better-explored, yet scant amounts of public lands are still yielding surprises for the few that look…including our rediscovery of a rare oak thought that was thought to be extinct. Once brought into cultivation, plants from Texas are proving unique in their adaptability to various regions spanning the US, and due to their tolerance for the state’s infamous climatic extremes, are sure to yield distinctive options for resilient landscapes of the future.
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