Spigelia Marilandica Rescue
I rescued two spigelia plants on a plant rescue for Georgia Native Plant society back in Spring of 2006. They have been in pots since that time, and started to thrive this summer until the 100+ degree drought hit. I am moving up to Wisconsin in a couple of weeks, and am looking to see if anyone with a woodsy natural garden having filtered sunlight would be interested in rescuing this beautiful native species from me, free of charge? Hopefully if they are planted in the ground, they'll do much better.