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    Are purps native to that county?

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    http://arcmapper.sc.egov.usda.gov/ou...8329615331.jpg

    However no distinction is made between native and naturalized populations and just because there are no reported or documented populations in the gaps that doesn't mean there are none. And these are historical populations - they may no longer exist in the documented counties.
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    Can't seem to get that link to work NaN. Would this help just as well? http://plants.usda.gov/java/county?s...6&symbol=SAPU4
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    What county are you in? I worked Michigan over enough for Stewart that I have most of it memorized. If I can't remember it I can always double check our very thorough maps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    What county are you in? I worked Michigan over enough for Stewart that I have most of it memorized. If I can't remember it I can always double check our very thorough maps.
    Not to hijack the thread, but could you also check oakland country? I'd love to find a purp area.
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    They're in Oakland. I don't remember if they're still there or not, but I know that they're at least historical there.

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    They are definitely native to Oakland County. I used to live in OC for many years and know of at least a dozen bogs that are loaded with purps and rotundifolia.

    I would just do it Mass. Northern purps are so plentiful in Michigan that I really don't believe you're going tip the gene pool scale by introducing more native plants to a state that already has a ton of them. These will just be closer to home. Just my 2 cents…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred P View Post
    They are definitely native to Oakland County. I used to live in OC for many years and know of at least a dozen bogs that are loaded with purps and rotundifolia.

    I would just do it Mass. Northern purps are so plentiful in Michigan that I really don't believe you're going tip the gene pool scale by introducing more native plants to a state that already has a ton of them. These will just be closer to home. Just my 2 centsÖ
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