Horntoad's profile

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Jay lives in Southeast Texas where he was born and raised. He enjoys hiking, nature photography and gardening with native plants.

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Horntoad's badges:
Region: Texas Region: Gulf Coast Charter ATP Member I helped beta test the first seed swap I helped plan and beta test the plant database. I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database! Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Plant Identifier Tip Photographer Garden Sages Garden Ideas: Master Level Hibiscus Critters Allowed Region: United States of America Butterflies Native Plants and Wildflowers Plant and/or Seed Trader Garden Procrastinator Seed Starter Birds Lover of wildlife (Raccoon badge) Dog Lover The WITWIT Badge

Some info about Horntoad:
  • Joined on May 30, 2010
  • Name: Jay
  • Location: Nederland, Texas
  • USDA Zone: 9a
  • Interests: Gardening, Native Plants, Postcard Collecting, Nature Photography
  • Birthday: Jun 17
  • Thumbs-ups: 3,956 received, 1,467 given.
  • Items given special acorn tips: 200 received, 83 given.
  • Starred pages: 106
  • Horntoad's active areas of the database
  • Hibiscus (83 contributions.)
  • Horntoad's Blog
    Horntoad's blog was last updated on Feb 24, 2016 8:50 PM.

    Click here to read it.

    Horntoad's Plant List
    There are 132 plants in Horntoad's plant list.
    Texas Native: 51 plants
    Hibiscus: 66 plants
    US Native: 8 plants

    Horntoad's Photo Contest Submissions
    Horntoad recommends
    Everwilde Farms, Inc.
    Gardino Nursery
    Georgia Vines
    Hidden Valley Hibiscus
    High Country Gardens
    Kartuz Greenhouses
    Native American Seed
    Onalee's Seeds

    Gardening Ideas by Horntoad:
    Hibiscus Section Muenchhusia
    Hibiscuses of the Continental United States
    Using Organza Bags in the Garden
    Texas Orchids
    Fun with PVC: Pedestals, Beyond the Basic.
    Fun with PVC: Basic Pedestals
    Planters from Stumps and Logs
    Plant Red Flowers for the Hummingbirds
    Use Soda Bottles for Pots
    Little Greenhouse on the Porch
    Old Mini Blinds Make Great Plant Markers







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