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 Shade - 2 hrs or less

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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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scientific namecommon name(s)image gallery
Merremia dissectaAlamo Vine
Noyau vine
Correhuela de las Doce
Melampodium leucanthumBlackfoot Daisy
Rock daisy
Plains blackfoot
Arnica
Menodora longifloraShowy menodora
Twinpod
Mimosa borealisFragrant mimosa
Pink Mimosa
Morella ceriferaWax myrtle
Southern wax myrtle
Southern bayberry
Eastern bayberry
Bayberry
Candleberry
Tallow shrub
Morus rubraRed mulberry
Moral
Muhlenbergia capillarisGulf muhly
Hair-awn muhly
Hairy-awn muhly
Hair grass
Pink muhly
Muhlenbergia dubiaPine muhly
Muhlenbergia lindheimeriLindheimer's muhly
Lindheimer muhly
Big muhly
Blue muhly
Nassella tenuissimaMexican Feathergrass
Mexican Wiregrass
Finestem needlegrass
Ponytail grass
Texas tussock
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