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NPIN: Recommended Native Plants - Cut-Flower Suitable Species



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Cut-Flower Suitable Species

Native Central Texas Plants suitable for cut-flower arrangements. List compiled by Maggie Livings and Wanda Lancaster, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center volunteers.

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Asclepias asperulaSpider milkweed
Antelope horns
Green-flowered milkweed
Spider antelope-horns
Asclepias asperula ssp. capricornuAntelopehorns
Antelope horns
Bauhinia lunarioidesAnacacho orchid tree
Anacacho bauhinia
Orchid tree
Texas plume
Baccharis neglectaFalse Willow
Jara dulce
Poverty Weed
Roosevelt Weed
Berchemia scandensAlabama supple-jack
Alabama supplejack
Rattan-vine
Bouteloua curtipendulaSideoats grama
Bouteloua gracilisBlue grama
Bouteloua hirsutaHairy grama
Bouteloua hirsuta var. pectinataHairy grama
Tall grama
Bothriochloa laguroides ssp. torreyanaSilver Beard Grass
Silver beardgrass
Silver Bluestem
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