I am planning a group meeting in March on Salvia
and other related plants here in Austin. Would anyone be interested?
Where in Austin? I live in Round Rock and depending on location and time, I would like to attend.
I am at 620 and 183 (Anderson Mill area)Please contact me at the email address below . I have not set a date for our next meeting just yet. I have to look at my work schedule.
but I will send you a e-mail.
I have joined his group . Art has some interesting long term projects that we might be working on. So if you know people in the Austin area that are nuts for salvias tell them about us.
I wish it wasn't so far to Austin for me! Will there be hard copy presentation materials that I could get by email?
This would be meeting minutes so it might not be filled with lots of information or pictures. The minutes usually
are not very delailed but general topics and discussion. After the meeting there will be a copy available if you want to keep up with our progress.When we get a newsletter going would that be of more interest?
Art, Have you thought of posting an invitation over at the Natural Gardener and Barton Springs Nursery? maybe they have a bulletin board.
Great idea.We will need to check with them to see if they would allow that.
Armand is posting one at Mcintires in Georgetown.
I will wotk up a flier the Great Outdoors would be another place of interest
I would love to sign up for the newsletter.
keenepam at hotmail dot com
I will put you on my contacts info for our group.
It may take a while but we will keep you posted.
I would love to be kept apprised of any kind of Salvia meetings. Will there be any kind of show and tell?
I grow about 10 species of salvia's here and have a ton
of hybrids (Many of my own making).So come bloom season there should be lots to talk about. I will send you an e-mail giving details. Here are some Salvias hat I grow.. .greggii (multiple color forms) microphylla (Dito) penstemonoides,lyrata,miniata,blepharophylla,rutilans(aka elegans),farinacea several different colors and fomrs),
scabra,coccinea(several colors and forms),vanhouttei (several forms) and darcyi.