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Hill Country Horticulture

Images and information on more than 430 species native to central Texas. Native plants provide an essential role in the environment including economic benefits from reduced energy costs, water and maintenance; ecological benefits including enhancing ecosystem stability and reducing chemical use; not to mention the beauty they provide.

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Abutilon incanumPelotazo
Indian mallow
Shrubby Indian mallow
Acer grandidentatumBigtooth maple
Big-toothed maple
Canyon maple
Achnatherum hymenoidesIndian ricegrass
Indian Millet
Sandgrass
Achillea millefoliumCommon yarrow
Yarrow
Milfoil
Western yarrow
Acer negundoAsh-leaf maple
Ash-leaved maple
Box elder
Boxelder
Fresno de guajuco
Acalypha radiansCardinal's feather
Cardinal feather
Aesculus paviaScarlet Buckeye
Red buckeye
Firecracker plant
Agalinis edwardsianaPlateau false foxglove
Plateau agalinis
Plateau gerardia
Plateau false-foxglove
Ageratina havanensisShrubby boneset
White mistflower
White shrub mistflower
Havana snakeroot
Mistflower
Agalinis heterophyllaPrairie false foxglove
Prairie agalinis
Prairie false-foxglove
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