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eclecticedwardian

designchallenged--there is a native plant society for every state:

http://vnps.org/

and a Blue Ridge chapter:

http://vnps.org/chapters/

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eclecticedwardian

I did plant Prairie dropseed on the edge of my rain garden last year, but I think it is too wet--not sure if it is coming back. The muhly grass made it though. I'll have to try the dropseed in a different location this year.

   
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Dar Eckert

Will add this to my list!

   
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