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Moon Gardener Herbs Seed Starter Tomato Heads Vegetable Grower Organic Gardener Native Plants and Wildflowers Canning and food preservation Keeper of Poultry Hummingbirder Birds Bee Lover Dragonflies Butterflies Dog Lover Cat Lover Salvias Charter ATP Member The WITWIT Badge Winter Sowing Cottage Gardener Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Composter Critters Allowed Lover of wildlife (Raccoon badge) Plant Identifier I helped beta test the first seed swap Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Xeriscape Garden Ideas: Master Level Echinacea Lover of wildlife (Black bear badge) Hosted a Not-A-Raffle-Raffle Ponds Region: Texas I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database! Plant and/or Seed Trader Forum moderator Tip Photographer I helped plan and beta test the plant database.

Some info about wildflowers:
  • Joined on February 3, 2010
  • Name: Christine
  • Location: North East Texas
  • USDA Zone: 7b
  • Birthday: May 6
  • Thumbs-ups: 14,616 received, 24,597 given.
  • Items given special acorn tips: 306 received, 370 given.
  • Bookmarked pages: 52
  • wildflowers's active areas of the database
  • Tomatoes (69 contributions.)
  • Peppers (55 contributions.)
  • Gourds, Squashes and Pumpkins (32 contributions.)
  • Basils (26 contributions.)
  • Salvias (24 contributions.)
  • Roses (16 contributions.)
  • Brassicas (15 contributions.)
  • Cucumbers (14 contributions.)
  • Garden Nasturtiums (11 contributions.)
  • Milkweeds (11 contributions.)
  • wildflowers's Blog
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    wildflowers's Plant List
    There are 639 plants in wildflowers's plant list.
    Vegetables: 45 plants
    Root vegetables: 15 plants
    Annuals: 33 plants
    Peppers: 32 plants
    Tomatoes: 43 plants
    House Plants: 6 plants
    Perennials: 32 plants
    Natives and Wildflowers: 169 plants
    Herbs - Culinary and/or Medicinal: 92 plants
    Fruits: 32 plants
    Edible Flowers: 8 plants

    wildflowers recommends
    ARBICO Organics
    Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co.
    Botanical Interests
    Companion Plants
    Forever Yong Farm
    Homestead Farms Nursery
    Johnny's Selected Seeds
    Logee's Greenhouses
    Native American Seed
    Santa Rosa Gardens
    Seeds of Change
    Select Seeds - Seeds & Plants
    Southern Exposure Seed Exchange
    The Sempervivum Patch
    Victory Seed Company

    Gardening Ideas by wildflowers:
    All About American Beautyberry
    Winter Sowing and Freezer Tape
    Mountain Mint
    Clinging Seeds Solution
    Get the Most out of Your Swiss Chard
    Wildflowers Attract Pollinators to Your Gardens
    Improve Clay Soil
    Make Your Own Hummingbird Nectar
    Grow Edible Flowers
    Tree Planting Tip
    Glossary Tip - Cotyledon
    Cleaning Root Vegetables
    Glossary Tip - Sepal
    Glossary Tip: Corolla
    Glossary Tip - Monoecious
    A Snip Tip
    Purslane, a Good Weed
    A Quick Tomato Tip
    A Quick Potting Tip
    Giant Swallowtail Butterflies and Your Citrus Trees
    Remove Heavy Snow Early
    Clean Your Houseplants
    Squash Bug Eggs
    All-Heal, Heart of the Earth
    It's All About Leaves
    A Gardener's New Year Resolution
    Plants Native to Your Region Will Grow Without Much Effort
    All About Mistletoe
    All About Horehound
    All About the Eastern Red Cedar
    All About Garlic
    Dried Seed Heads Will Feed the Birds During the Winter
    Welcoming Beneficial Insects to the Garden
    Introducing Heirlooms for the Beginner Gardener
    Companion Planting: A Reliable Option or Nonsense?
    Borage for Courage
    Talking About Nasturtiums







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