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Native Plant Database

Learn how to propagate the most popular wildflower species, including Texas bluebonnets, Indian paintbrush, Pink evening primrose, Maximilian sunflower, and many more. The articles below cover plant specifics such as bloom period and soil preference as well as how to grow and maintain these colorful natives. Click the PDF icon to read the printer-friendly version or the scientific name to go to its record in the Native Plant Database.

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Anisacanthus wrightii (Flame Acanthus)

Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly Weed)

Callirhoe involucrata (Winecup, Poppy Mallow)

Castilleja indivisa (Indian Paintbrush)

Engelmannia peristenia (Engelmann's Daisy)

Eryngium leavenworthii (Eryngo)

Gaillardia pulchella (Indian Blanket, Firewheel)

Helianthus maximiliani (Maximilian Sunflower)

Ipomposis rubra (Standing Cypress)

Leucophyllum frutescens (Cenizo)

Liatris punctata (Gay Feather)

Lupinus texensis (Bluebonnet)

Monarda citriodora (Horse Mint)

Oenothera speciosa (Pink Evening Primrose)

Pavonia lasiopetala (Rose Mallow)

Phlox drummondii (Drummond's Phlox)

Ratibida columnifera (Mexican Hat)

Rhus lanceolata (Flame-leaf Sumac)

Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed Susan)

Salvia farinacea (Mealy Blue Sage)

Salvia greggii (Autumn Sage)

Salvia regla (Mountain Sage)

Solidago spp. (Goldenrod)

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