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Texas Native Pond Plants

Texas Native Pond Plants by Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Director of Horticulture, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. These plants are all native to the Texas region and are suitable for ponds and water gardens. If you live outside of Texas, these may or may not be native to your area.

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Hibiscus laevisHalberdleaf rosemallow
Halberdleaf hibiscus
Scarlet rose mallow
Halberd-leaved hibiscus
Halberd-leaved rose-mallow
Hibiscus moscheutosCrimsoneyed rosemallow
Crimson-eyed rose-mallow
Marshmallow hibiscus
Hymenocallis liriosmeSpring spiderlily
Spider Lily
Spring Spider Lily
Hydrolea ovataBlue Water Leaf
Hairy Hydrolea
Ovate false fiddleleaf
Iris virginicaVirginia iris
Great Blue Flag
Southern blueflag
Justicia americanaAmerican water-willow
Water-willow
Juncus effusus var. solutusLamp rush
Soft Rush
Kosteletzkya virginicaVirginia saltmarsh mallow
Virginia fen-rose
Seashore mallow
Salt Marsh-mallow
Lobelia cardinalisCardinal flower
Ludwigia octovalvisMexican primrose-willow
Narrow-leaf Water Primrose
Seedbox
Mexican Primrose Willow
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