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Edwards Plateau

The Edwards Plateau area includes 1.45 million acres known as the Granitic Central Basin in Llano and Mason Counties. The Balcones Escarpment forms the distinct boundary of the Edwards Plateau on its eastern and southern borders and outlines what is known as the Texas Hill Country.

The area is a deeply dissected, rapidly drained stony plain having broad, flat to undulating divides. Prior to modern settlement, vegetation was grassland or open savannah-type plains with tree or brushy species found along rocky slopes and stream bottoms.

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scientific namecommon name(s)image gallery
Ilex deciduaPossumhaw
Possumhaw Holly
Deciduous Holly
Winterberry
Deciduous yaupon
Ilex vomitoriaYaupon
Yaupon Holly
Cassina
Ipomoea leptophyllaBush morning-glory
Ipomopsis rubraStanding cypress
Texas plume
Red Texas star
Red gilia
Juniperus asheiAshe juniper
Ashe's juniper
Mountain cedar
Blueberry juniper
Juglans microcarpaLittle walnut
Nogalito
Texas walnut
Texas black walnut
River walnut
Juglans nigraBlack walnut
Eastern black walnut
Justicia pilosellaGregg's tubetongue
Hairy Tube-tongue
False Honeysuckle
Karwinskia humboldtianaCoyotillo
Humboldt coyotillo
Lesquerella fendleriFendler's bladderpod
Fendler's bladderpod
Popweed
Leucophyllum frutescensCenizo
Purple sage
Texas ranger
Texas barometer bush
Texas silverleaf
Texas sage
Silverleaf
Lepidium montanumMountain peppergrass
Western peppergrass
Mountain pepperweed
Mountain pepperwort
Montana pepperweed
Leucaena retusaGoldenball leadtree
Littleleaf leadtree
Linum berlandieri var. berlandieriBerlandier's yellow flax
Yellow Flax
Stiff-stem flax
Linum hudsonioidesHudson Flax
Texas flax
Yellow Flax
Lithospermum incisumNarrowleaf stoneseed
Puccoon
Fringed puccoon
Narrowleaf gromwell
Fringed gromwell
Narrow-leaved puccoon
Linum lewisii var. lewisiiBlue flax
Prairie flax
Liatris mucronataCusp gayfeather
Cusp blazing star
Cusp liatris
Narrow-leaf gayfeather
Narrow-leaf blazing star
Narrow-leaf liatris
Texas gayfeather
Texas blazing star
Texas liatris
Linum pratenseMeadow flax
Liatris punctataDotted blazing star
Dotted gayfeather
Dotted liatris
Lindheimera texanaTexas yellowstar
Texas star
Lindheimer daisy
Texas yellow star
Lonicera albifloraWestern white honeysuckle
Texas honeysuckle
White honeysuckle
White shrub honeysuckle
White limestone honeysuckle
Lobelia cardinalisCardinal flower
Lupinus subcarnosusSandyland bluebonnet
Texas bluebonnet
Lupinus texensisTexas bluebonnet
Bluebonnet
Texas lupine
Buffalo clover
Wolf-flower
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