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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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Linum lewisiiWild blue flax
Prairie flax
Lewis flax
Liatris mucronataCusp gayfeather
Gayfeather
Blazing star
Narrow-leaf gayfeather
Texas gayfeather
Cusp blazing star
Liquidambar styracifluaSweetgum
American sweetgum
Lonicera sempervirensCoral honeysuckle
Trumpet honeysuckle
Woodbine
Lupinus texensisTexas bluebonnet
Bluebonnet
Texas lupine
Buffalo clover
Wolf-flower
Lycium berlandieriBerlandier's wolfberry
Wolfberry
Maurandella antirrhinifloraSnapdragon Vine
Roving sailor
Climbing snapdragon
Little snapdragon vine
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
Matelea bifloraPurple Milkweed Vine
Star milkvine
Matelea edwardsensisPlateau milkvine
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