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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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Ageratina havanensisShrubby boneset
White mistflower
White shrub mistflower
Havana snakeroot
Mistflower
Aquilegia canadensisEastern red columbine
Wild red columbine
Callicarpa americanaAmerican beautyberry
French mulberry
Clematis texensisScarlet clematis
Scarlet leatherflower
Texas clematis
Gelsemium sempervirensCarolina Jessamine
Yellow Jessamine
Evening Trumpetflower
Poor Man's Rope
Ilex vomitoriaYaupon
Yaupon Holly
Cassina
Indigofera miniataScarlet Pea
Coastal indigo
Texas Indigo
Western indigo
Lantana urticoidesTexas lantana
Calico bush
Malvaviscus arboreus var. drummondiiTurk's cap or Turkscap
Drummond's turkscap
Wax mallow
Drummond wax-mallow
Red mallow
Texas mallow
Mexican apple
Manzanilla
Sleeping hibiscus
Bleeding hearts
Marshallia caespitosaBarbara's-buttons
Puffballs
White Barbara's-buttons
Mahonia trifoliolataAgarita
Agarito
Algerita
Laredo mahonia
Laredo Oregon-grape
Trifoliate barberry
Wild currant
Muhlenbergia reverchoniiSeep muhly
Nolina texanaTexas sacahuista
Texas beargrass
Basket grass
Sacahuista
Bunchgrass
Onosmodium bejariense var. bejarienseSoft-hair marbleseed
False Gromwell
Pavonia lasiopetalaRock rose
Rose pavonia
Rose mallow
Pavonia
Packera obovataGolden groundsel
Roundleaf groundsel
Roundleaf ragwort
Squawweed
Penstemon baccharifoliusRock penstemon
Rock beardtongue
Cut-leaf penstemon
Cut-leaf beardtongue
Baccharis-leaf penstemon
Baccharis-leaf beardtongue
Penstemon cobaeaPrairie penstemon
Prairie beardtongue
Foxglove penstemon
Foxglove beardtongue
False foxglove
Large-flowered penstemon
Large-flowered beardtongue
Cobaea penstemon
Cobaea beardtongue
Wild foxglove
Phyla nodifloraTexas frogfruit
Turkey tangle fogfruit
Frogfruit
Phlox pilosaDowny phlox
Prairie phlox
Fragrant phlox
Portulaca pilosaKiss me quick
Chisme
Salvia coccineaScarlet Sage
Tropical Sage
Blood sage
Red Sage
Indian Fire
Salvia farinaceaMealy blue sage
Mealy sage
Mealycup sage
Schoenocaulon texanumGreen Lily
Texas feathershank
Texas Sabadilla
Solidago nemoralis var. nemoralisGray goldenrod
Sophora secundifloraTexas mountain laurel
Mountain laurel
Mescal bean
Mescal bean sophora
Frijolillo
Frijolito
Ulmus crassifoliaCedar elm
Fall elm
Olmo
Vernonia lindheimeriWoolly ironweed
Viola missouriensisMissouri violet
Wedelia acapulcensis var. hispidaZexmenia
Hairy Wedelia
Wedelia
Orange Zexmenia
Texas Creeping-oxeye
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