Not that there's a problem with all the ID help requests. I highly encourage it!
I live in central Texas and have (and have seen everywhere) this small shrubby plant that seems to thrive in limestone soil. I would like to find other uses for it besides organic matter builder. Please let me know what you think,
One of the Euphorbias? (judging by the seed pod shape and leaves). If you break a stalk does it bleed a milky sap?
Jon La Foy
Location: Hopkinsville, KY (Western KY) Zone 7
posted 2 years ago
Rose, you're awesome. It's Stillingia texana. It does have other uses, medicinal, that all deal with going to the bathroom... Not a common use, but I'll keep it around and try to focus it in my rocky areas to build organic matter. Thanks again for your help!
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