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Wetland Plants for Central Texas

Central Texas native plants that work well in riparian areas.

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Amorpha fruticosaIndigo bush
False indigo bush
False indigo
Desert false indigo
Andropogon glomeratusBushy bluestem
Brushy bluestem
Arisaema dracontiumGreen dragon
Dragonroot
Greendragon
Carex blandaEastern woodland sedge
Creek sedge
Common wood sedge
Cephalanthus occidentalisCommon buttonbush
Buttonbush
Button willow
Chasmanthium latifoliumInland sea oats
Indian wood oats
Wild oats
River oats
Flathead oats
Upland Oats
Upland Sea Oats
Conoclinium coelestinumBlue mistflower
Wild ageratum
Blue boneset
Mistflower
Cyperus retroflexusOneflower flatsedge
Equisetum hyemale var. affineScouringrush horsetail
Equisetum laevigatumHorsetail
Smooth horsetail
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