Well I did got soem white flowreed cuttings. Thanks for that website Laura. See the problem is I buy most of my plants from shows across the country (Which the NECPS society members can testify to if they looked in my car) and most don't come with the "real" names the people just say them. Same for the orchids I buy. So I never really get (or rarly get) the actual names. Yes the common names are annoying. The problem with the garden/native/orchid clubs/socities near me is they are all for Stay-at-home-parents adn retirees b/c they meet at anywhere from 2-4 pm and last for an hour and I cann't really leave to go there. Well I could jon the Orchid or Iris society of JAckonville but both places had many members smoking cigars and cigarettes which I hapen to be alergic too and they smell horrible + I don't want to die of lung cancer. I actually only control the side of the house's garden and yes some plants (mexican petunias for example) are semi-invasive but they would have a hard time establishing int he woods due to a horrible eco-system (suppresson of fire means almost 2 feet of pine needles and no new trees or other plants b/c no light or soil). I eally only use them for errosion control which prevents "the hill" from sliding down into the house.
Do you have a suggestion for a good wild-plant guide for under $30 that will ID things as native or not? Mine must be horrible since they list things like lantana camillaris and Iris pseudacorus as native along with crown vetch and countless other ones.