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Library & Archive

The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center's Library & Archive was established in 1982 – To assemble and disseminate information that will encourage the cultivation, conservation, and preservation of wildflowers and other native flora throughout North America. ” (Article III, National Wildflower Research Center bylaws).

The Wildflower Center maintains an archive with thousands of images, library volumes and other plant-related resources. In its early years, the Wildflower Center made this information available to the public through a mail order system called the Clearinghouse.

Today, this information is available online through the Native Plant Information Network and this Digital Library.




Digital Library

The Wildflower Center's Digital Library is a searchable collection of historical, cultural and landscape images from the Wildflower Centers archive. This archive can be searched by keyword or by advanced search. For plant images, please visit the Plant Image Gallery.

Search Digital Library by Keyword:

Photographer ID:

Collection ID:

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Please note: Search requests will only return images that have been cataloged. Results will not include all images in the archive.

Book Collection

Our library collection of over 2,300 volumes is searchable through the University of Texas Library Catalog (select Wildflower Center from the drop-down location menu). Library access is by appointment only. Please call 512-232-0200 to make arrangements.

Newsletter Archive

The Library & Archive maintains a database of the original Wildflower Newsletter published quarterly from 1984 to 1998. The newsletters track the history of the Wildflower Center and includes letters from Lady Bird Johnson and other stories of cultural and historical significance.

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Web Feature Archive

Each month we highlight something new and different on the home page of wildflower.org. Check out our current web features below or visit the Web Feature Archive.

Migratory Matters
Endangered monarchs benefit from protecting mature milkweeds, adding plantings

Published: 2014-04-01
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ANNUAL PHOTO CONTEST IS HERE
The annual photo contest the Wildflower Center holds in partnership with Texas Highways – the travel magazine of Texas – begins April 7. This year, we seek entries of wildflowers and native plants in all seasons, birds and butterflies with native plants and more.

Published: 2014-03-17
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Brochure Archive

Over the years the Wildflower Center has published numerouse brochures and other materials that are no longer in print. The Library & Archive makes these available for download as PDFs.

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