Native plant giveaway

Staghorn sumac, Rhus typhina, in beautiful fall color

Fall colors of staghorn sumac (click for larger image)

By Liz Jones

I have some extra plants that I’d like to give to a good home:

Staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina) is a native shrub that grows to about 8 feet.  It is the showiest of the sumacs, and is extremely colorful in the fall. Missouri Botanical Garden write-up.

American beakgrain (Diarrhena americana) is a native grass, which I got from Shaw Nature Reserve about five years ago. It grows to about two feet, stays green till winter and then turns a pale ochre color. Missouri Botanical Garden write-up.

If you’re interested, please call me at (314) 781-0841.

2 thoughts on “Native plant giveaway

  1. Liz – I would love some Staghorn sumac and will give the beakgrain grass a try. I can come by and get some….if that works for you…let me know when.

    • Jean,
      I’m glad you are interested in the plants!
      Please call me 781-0841.

      Liz Jones

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