Moreton Bay Regional Council offers Voluntary Conservation Programs (including Bushcare, Land for Wildlife and Backyards for Wildlife) that provide the community with opportunities to learn about our environment and conservation.
Moreton Bay Regional Council manages weeds on Council reserves and properties and waterways across the region.
Found it in a ladies yard on Rigsby street in San Antonio. Salvia greggii 'Rachel' (Variegated Autumn Sage): A yellow variegated sport of Salvia greggii with white flowers. Named after Rachel Emrick because it's blonde and odd. Verbena x hybrida 'Blue Princess' (Blue Princess Verbena): A prolific, heat tolerant, perennial verbena that I obtained from the Royal Horticultural Society's nursery at Wisley, in England, on a trip with J. Verbena x hybrida 'Snow Princess' (White Princess Verbena): A dwarf, white flowered seedling of 'Blue Princess' Verbena from my mom's yard in Arcadia.
Phlox paniculata 'John Fanick' (John Fanick Phlox): A heat tolerant compact phlox with light pink flowers and darker eyes. Plant patented and introduced by Color Spot Nurseries. We'll make it a joint introduction if they are the same. Verbena x hybrida 'Tiger Rose' (Tiger Rose Verbena): The most vigorous of any perennial verbena.
integrifolia) 'VIP' (VIP Petunia): A vegetatively propagated, small flowered, heat tolerant petunia with violet colored flowers. Petunia x violacea 'Laura Bush' (Laura Bush Petunia): A seed propagated, heat tolerant, reseeding petunia that occurred as a cross between Petunia violacea and a block of old fashioned petunias (Petunia x hybrida). Photinia x 'Carolyn' (Red Tip Photinia): A big leafed "Chinese Type" photinia seedling with red new leaves.
Named for deceased good friend and nurseryman, John Fanick. Tecoma stans 'Gold Star' (Gold Star Esperanza): A precocious, prolific flowering "yellow bells" selected from a private residence in southwest San Antonio.
This eastern native flowers July-September and bloom colors range from lavender, to pink, to white.
USDA Hardiness Zones 4-7 In northern regions, this bright white allium blooms during the height of monarch season in mid-late summer.
Buzz comes in a variety of colors including purple, sky blue, and white. Get more info and garden photos on our Buddleja Buzz Plant Page. It’s often confused with Agastache foeniculum (anise hyssop) which grows much shorter and only attracts bees.Greg Grant PLANT INTRODUCTIONS (revised June 1, 1999) Aquilegia x puryearana 'Blazing Stars' (Blazing Stars Columbine): A seed propagated hybrid between the Texas natives, Aquilegia canadensis and Aquilegia chrysantha hinkleyana . Named for friend Pam Puryear of Navasota where the cross first occurred. Flower color is something between 'Atrosanguinea' and 'Tangerine Beauty'*red-orange with a yellow throat. Originally on an old two-story house in her neighborhood. Cynodon dactylon 'Bermuda Ghost' (Variegated Bermudagrass): A white variegated sport with pick tinges that I found while mowing the roadside in front of my parents house in Arcadia. Ipomoea battatas 'Summer Frost' (Summer Frost Sweet Potato): A crinkled leafed, white variegated sweet potato. Lantana montevidensis 'Imperial Purple' (Purple Trailing Lantana): Purple flowered, white eyed sport of trailing lavender lantana from plants obtained from Joe Toquigny in Seguin. Lonicera x 'Pam's Pink' (Pam's Pink Honeysuckle): A bushy, pink and cream flowered honeysuckle from Pam Puryear's grandmother in Navasota. Possibly Lonicera x americana, one of the parents of Lonicera x heckrottii. Bignonia capreoplata 'Helen Fredel' (Orange Cross Vine): A unique crossvine from 95 year old Helen Fredel's garden in College Station, Texas. Oxalis crassipes 'Snowflake' (White Snowflake Oxalis): A white flowered oxalis with irregularly divided petals. It is everybody’s responsibility to control weeds on their land.On the 1 July 2016, Biosecurity Queensland replaced the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002 for the legislative management of pest species in Queensland.