Strong's in Carrollton on I-35E has Horseherb, at least 75 4" pots, but they all looked leggy, puny and a little fried. :(
OR .........you could just dig it up at my house !!!!!
What are you trying to say, Carrie? ;) Just come out and say it, for cryin' out loud!
I thought it was pretty clear...........if you don't want it leggy and fried and have to pay for it as well, dig it for free at my house...........how's that for clear as a bell????
I can't read your mind, Carrie. You're gonna hafta quit beating around the bush and spit it out already. :D
I just may take you up on that offer . . . assuming I interpreted it correctly. We FI-nally got rid of our woodpile (we no longer use our fireplace & the guys are no longer in scouting), so I have a nothing-but-dirt area to fill in. My DH has politely forbidden me to turn it into another flower bed, so I'm thinking about horseherb for a no-mow groundcover.
I don't have a large amount, but certainly enough for a start. It just keeps coming back in this bed where I do NOT want it and I hate to throw it away.
I have some too if you need more than Ms Carrie has :-)