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Texas Native Pond Plants

Texas Native Pond Plants by Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Director of Horticulture, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. These plants are all native to the Texas region and are suitable for ponds and water gardens. If you live outside of Texas, these may or may not be native to your area.

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Asclepias incarnataSwamp milkweed
Pink Milkweed
Bacopa monnieriCoastal Water-hyssop
Herb-of-grace
Water hyssop
Canna glaucaWater Canna
Louisiana Canna
Maraca amarilla
Cladium mariscus ssp. jamaicenseJamaica swamp sawgrass
Jamaican Saw-grass
Saw-grass
Echinodorus berteroiUpright burrhead
Echinodorus cordifoliusCreeping burrhead
Lance-leaf Burhead
Radican Sword "Giant Mother Plant"
Eleocharis quadrangulataSquarestem spikerush
Equisetum hyemaleCanuela
Horsetail
Scouring rush
Scouringrush horsetail
Fuirena simplexWestern umbrella-sedge
Umbrellagrass
Heteranthera dubiaGrassleaf mudplantain
Water Stargrass
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