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Naturalistic Homeowner Inspiration Garden

The roughly 80 species used in this garden are almost entirely native to Travis County, Texas, and are arranged into sections based on plant communities (woodland, prairie, rocky hillside and aquatic). Diverse plants provide necessary food, shelter and water that attract wildlife and create an ever-changing garden for year-round interest. Download design

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Agalinis edwardsianaPlateau false foxglove
Plateau agalinis
Plateau gerardia
Plateau false-foxglove
Ageratina havanensisShrubby boneset
White mistflower
White shrub mistflower
Havana snakeroot
Mistflower
Andropogon glomeratusBushy bluestem
Brushy bluestem
Aquilegia canadensisEastern red columbine
Wild red columbine
Callicarpa americanaAmerican beautyberry
French mulberry
Cercis canadensisEastern redbud
Redbud
Cephalanthus occidentalisCommon buttonbush
Buttonbush
Button willow
Clematis texensisScarlet clematis
Scarlet leatherflower
Texas clematis
Conoclinium coelestinumBlue mistflower
Wild ageratum
Blue boneset
Mistflower
Equisetum hyemaleCanuela
Horsetail
Scouring rush
Scouringrush horsetail
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