I would also like the Scutellaria Supina (this is a yellow variety, right?)
I have these Texas natives which would probably do well for you: scutellaria resinosa, penstemon havardii, ipomopsis rubra, Salvia roemeriana 'Cedar Sage' --great for shade; 'Big Red Sage' Salvia Penstemonoides.
I also have some of these I can throw in: salvia annual salsa bicolor hybrid (pastel shades); salvia plum salsa hybrid (purple plum)
Yes that is the Chocolate lily seeds that I have got, there is 20 seeds left they are yours if you want them. I have been so busy sowing the salvia seeds that I havent had a chance to sow the scutellaria supina seeds so I dont have a clue what colour the flowers are.
I just googled images off the supina it is a cream scut. with a touch off purple/blue in the throat.
What colour is the scut. resinosa??, I would be interested in that one or a few salvia penstemonoides.
Don't know how I stumbled upon this site, but its a good one. I actually have the pink one pictured as you go to the main page. I can save you some seeds next summer--I usually just do cuttings. http://sphosting.com/cactus/page1.html
I would be delighted to send you seeds of Scut. resinosa (good for fall sowing there) and S penstemonides. Just dmail me your address as to how to address the envelope. =)