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Lost Email regarding GST Host Plants including Ruta odorata

Posted by imabirdnut 7b North Texas (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 1, 11 at 14:34

Somehow I lost an email from a generous Ca plant person! I received the email & was offered host plant seeds including Ruta odorata, a native GST host tree...wild lime I think & Aristolochia durior seeds for PVST for SASBE. Not sure what happened to email but was ready to send envelope & the email is gone!
Please respond!!! ;o)


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RE: Lost Email regarding GST Host Plants including Ruta odorata

Look in the FAQ section, there is a list of host plants there. The FAQ section is located at the top of the forum and the host plant list is the last item listed.

Giant Swallowtail
- Citrus family, Rutaceae
1. Ptelea trifoliata - hop tree, wafer ash
2. Zanthoxylum clava-herculis - hercules club
3. Zanthoxylum fagara - wild lime
4. Zanthoxylum americanum - prickly ash
5. Citrus spp. - various species, including cultivated
6. Murraya paniculata - orange jasmine
7. Ruta graveolens - rue

I think MissSherry also mentioned Satsuma, but I don't know which one she is using. I guess that goes into Citrus spp.

Here is a link that might be useful: FAQ Hostplant list


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RE: Lost Email regarding GST Host Plants including Ruta odorata

Runmeade, thanks but what happened is someone sent me an email offering to send me some Ruta odorata along with some other seeds that would be hardy in my area & somehow I lost the email. I don't remember who it came from & am hoping he will send another email to me so that I can mail a SASBE & get the seeds.


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