Dan Hosage of Madrone Nursery discovered this weeping variety of the native Texas tree.He named it 'Traveller', according to Madrone's website, in honor of Robert E. Lee's horse and in tribute to his alma mater, Washington and Lee University.
Dan Hosage, owner of Madrone Nursery in San Marcos, will be talking about using ferns in the native landscape.
Dan's programs are always enlightening and entertaining.
His last program about the genus Prunus was a real hit.
On Saturday, February 10, at 11 a.m., a native plant nursery owner, Dan Hosage, will talk about medicinal plants of Texas, and prepare "Comanche Tea".Dan established hisMadrone Nursery in 1986, and has sold over a million native plants.Dan holds the patent on a special weeping variety of Texas Redbud.
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