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Fall Plant Sale

Saturday, October 23 | 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (or until sold out)
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Did you know that the Fall is the best time to plant in Houston? Many plants thrive in the milder temperatures, and a plethora of busy butterflies and other important pollinators are stocking up on precious nectar and pollen or preparing to migrate for the winter. On October 23 from 9am-noon, let the experts at HMNS help you select beautiful nectar and host plants for your garden at our fall plant sale.

Fall Plant Sale Availability*

Shooting Star Lily – Anthericum sandersonea
Pawpaw Tree – Asiminia triloba**
Bleeding Heart Vine – Clerodendron thomsonae
White Duranta – Duranta erecta
Coralbean – Erythrina herbacea**
White Mist Flower – Eupatorium havanense**
Blue Daze – Evolvus glomeratus
Pink Gaura – Gaura sp.**
Purple Lantana – Lantana sp.
Golden Globes – Lysimachia sp.
Red Firespike – Odontonema strictum
Blue Shade Ruellia – Ruellia caroliniensis**
Salvia Wendy’s Wish – Salvia vanhouteii
Mexican Flame Vine – Senecio confuses**
Australian Violet – Viola hederacea
Mexican Spiderword – Tinatia pringlei
Rex Begonia Vine – Cissus javana
Batwing Passionvine – Passiflora coracea
Love-in-a-mist Passionvine – Passiflora foetida**
Water Lily Begonia – Begonia nelumbiifolia
Spiral Ginger – Costus insignis
Giant Anthurium – Anthurium hookeri
Tropical Pitcher Plant – Nepenthes sp.
Three Lobed Pipevine – Aristolochia trilobata
Red Porterweed – Stachytarpheta sp.
Brazilian Pipevine – Aristolochia fimbriata
Red Rocket Russelia – Russelia sarmentosa
Yellow Mussaenda – Mussaenda luteola
Orange Bellflower – Tecoma stans**
Cape Honeysuckle – Tecoma capensis
Giant Turk’s Cap – Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus
Blue Cat’s Whiskers – Orthosiphon aristatus
Tropical Milkweed – Asclepias curassavica
American Beautyberry – Callicarpa Americana
Scorpion Flower – Heliotropium angiospermum**
Native Milkweed – Asclepias incarnata**
Tall Pentas – Pentas lanceolata
Red Ruellia – Ruellia brevifolia
Tall Buttercup – Turnera ulmifolia
Brazilian Buttonbush – Centratherum punctatum
Red Shrimp Plant – Justicia brandegeena
Brown Eyed Susan – Rudbeckia goldstrum**
Spiderwort – Tradescantia virginiana**
Phillippine Violet – Barleria cristata
Texas Milkweed – Asclepias texana**
Pink Skullcap – Scutellaria suffrutescens**
Yellow Impatiens – Impatiens repens
Jamaican Poinsettia – Euphorbia punicea
Chinese Bellflower – Strobilanthes flaccidifolius

* as of 10/23/2021, subject to change
** indicates native plant

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