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Pineywoods Native Plant Center

The mission of the Pineywoods Native Plant Center at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas, is to promote the education, conservation and use of native plants of the Southern Forest. The Center maintains a protected 40-acre woodland (including the restored Tucker House) in the center of Nacogdoches as well the 119-acre Mill Wood Garden natural area six miles east of the University.

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Tilia americanaAmerican basswood
American linden
Lime tree
Bee tree
Tridens flavusPurpletop tridens
Redtop tridens
Tall redtop tridens
Purpletop
Redtop
Tall redtop
Tradescantia hirsutifloraHairyflower spiderwort
Triodanis perfoliataClasping Venus' looking-glass
Ulmus americanaAmerican elm
White elm
Ulmus crassifoliaCedar elm
Fall elm
Olmo
Ulmus rubraSlippery elm
Red elm
Urtica chamaedryoidesHeartleaf nettle
Stinging nettle
Vaccinium arboreumFarkleberry
Tree sparkleberry
Sparkleberry
Valerianella radiataBeaked cornsalad
Woods corn-salad
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