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Rolling Plains

The Rolling Plains area (24 million acres) coincides with the Rolling Plains land resource area of the southern Central Lowlands. The area is between the High Plains and the Cross Timbers and Prairies in the northern part of the state. It is a nearly level to rolling plain having moderate to rapid surface drainage. Soils of the uplands are pale brown to reddish brown to dark grayish brown, neutral to calcareous sandy loams, clay loams, and clays. Saline soils are common, as are shallow and stony soils with pockets of deep sand. Bottomlands have only minor areas of reddish brown, loamy to clayey, calcareous alluvial soils.

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Triodanis perfoliataClasping Venus' looking-glass
Triplasis purpureaPurple sandgrass
Purple triplasis
Vernonia baldwiniiBaldwin's ironweed
Western Ironweed
Ironweed
Verbena haleiSlender verbena
Texas verbena
Texas vervain
Vitis acerifoliaMapleleaf grape
Panhandle grape
Bush grape
Xanthisma texanum ssp. drummondiiDrummond's sleepydaisy
Sleepy-Daisy
Yucca glauca var. glaucaNarrow-leaf yucca
Soapweed yucca
Zanthoxylum hirsutumTexas Hercules' club
Texas prickly ash
Prickly ash
Toothache tree
Tickle-tongue
Tingle-tongue
Zinnia grandifloraRocky Mountain zinnia
Little golden zinnia
Yellow zinnia
Plains zinnia
Prairie zinnia
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