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Winter 2011 – Fall 2013 Bill Hopkins

Native Plant Society of Texas News

Editor Bill Hopkins

Volume 29, No 1
Coralberry
Winning photos of 2010

Volume 29, No 2
Phlox pilosa
Tribute to Bill Ward
George W Bush Library

Volume 29, No 3
Lantana urticoides
Citizen scientists make a difference
Going native in Lufkin

Volume 29, No 4
Desert Willow
A society of garden clubs – Not!
Toothleaf goldeneye
Why hire an executive director?

Volume 30, No 1
Rising from the ashes – Bastrop State Park
Mexican plum
Comanche Peak Prairie Clover
Think like a plant

Volume 30, No 2
Attracting monarchs
Some native milkweeds
Romancing the Land
Healing hands help heal the land

Volume 30, No 3
Yellow peril!
Native bees in Texas
Rain barrels

Volume 30, No 4
Andy Wasowski dies
Some favorite cacti
Design techniques for natural landscapes

Volume 31, No 1
Let’s bring the Monarchs back to Texas
Believe the leaves (usually)
Celebrating 30 years of newsletters
Snailseed vine
Post wildfire regeneration in Bastrop State Park

Volume 31, No 2
Reintroduction of Horned Toads
Little Bluestem
Serendipity of native “Symphs”
Buttonbush

Volume 31, No 3
The A.E. Leonard Native Plant Garden
A Trip to Big Bend
Anisacanthus
Fragrant Mimosa

Volume 31, No 4
How a purple thistle taught children ecology
An appreciation of winter’s strip show

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