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Edible Native Texas Plants

Edible Native Texas Plants on display at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Warning: Before consuming any wild food, be absolutely certain of its proper identity! Many plants have look a like. When in doubt, do not eat it!

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scientific namecommon name(s)image gallery
Malpighia glabraAcerola
Barbados Cherry
Manzanita
Wild crapemyrtle
Malus ioensisPrairie crabapple
Iowa crabapple
Mahonia trifoliolataAgarita
Agarito
Algerita
Laredo mahonia
Laredo Oregon-grape
Trifoliate barberry
Monarda citriodoraLemon beebalm
Purple horsemint
Lemon mint
Plains horsemint
Lemon horsemint
Horsemint
Purple lemon mint
Oenothera speciosaPink evening primrose
Showy evening primrose
Mexican evening primrose
Showy primrose
Pink ladies
Buttercups
Pink buttercups
Opuntia ellisianaSpineless prickly pear
Tigertongue
South Texas pricklypear
Opuntia engelmannii var. lindheimeriTexas pricklypear
Prickly Pear
Texas Prickly Pear
Oxalis drummondiiDrummond's woodsorrel
Wood-sorrel
Passiflora foetidaCorona de Cristo
Scarlet-fruit passion flower
Fetid passionflower
Passiflora incarnataPurple passionflower
Purple passion vine
Maypop
Apricot vine
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