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Austin Chapter NPSOT

The purpose of the Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) is to promote the conservation, research and utilization of the native plants and plant habitats of Texas, through education, outreach and example.

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Geum canadenseWhite avens
Glandularia bipinnatifidaPurple prairie verbena
Prairie verbena
Dakota vervain
Dakota mock vervain
Moradilla
Guaiacum angustifoliumTexas lignum-vitae
Soapbush
Guayacan
Heliotropium angiospermumScorpion's-tail
Scorpion-tail
Hesperaloe parvifloraRed yucca
Coral yucca
Red flowered false yucca
Redflower false yucca
Samandoque
Yellow yucca
Hechtia texensisTexas false agave
Guapilla
Hilaria belangeri var. belangeriCurly-mesquite
Hibiscus coccineusScarlet rosemallow
Crimson rosemallow
Wild red mallow
Texas star hibiscus
Hibiscus martianusHeartleaf rosemallow
Tulipan del Monte
Heartleaf Hibiscus
Hymenocallis liriosmeSpring spiderlily
Spider Lily
Spring Spider Lily
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