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NPIN: Recommended Native Plants - Plants for Dry Shade in Central Texas



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Lifespan

Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

Soil moisture
 Dry - no signs of moisture
 Moist - looks & feels damp
 Wet - saturated
Bloom Time
 Jan  Feb  Mar
 Apr  May  Jun
 Jul  Aug  Sep
 Oct  Nov  Dec
Bloom Color
 White  Red  Pink
 Orange  Yellow  Green
 Blue  Purple  Violet
 Brown  Black

Height (in feet)
 0-1  1-3  3-6  6-12
 12-36  36-72  72-100
 More than 100

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Plants for Dry Shade in Central Texas

The plants selected for this list respond to a common question asked by Central Texas gardeners; "What can I grow in dry shade that will provide some interest throughout the year?"

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Onosmodium helleriHeller's marbleseed
Marble-seed
Passiflora foetidaCorona de Cristo
Scarlet-fruit passion flower
Fetid passionflower
Packera obovataGolden groundsel
Roundleaf groundsel
Roundleaf ragwort
Squawweed
Penstemon tenuisBrazos penstemon
Brazos beardtongue
Gulf penstemon
Gulf beardtongue
Gulf Coast penstemon
Gulf Coast beardtongue
Sharp-sepal penstemon
Sharp-sepal beardtongue
Phacelia congestaBlue curls
Caterpillars
Fiddleneck
Philadelphus texensisTexas mock orange
Prunus serotina var. eximiaEscarpment black cherry
Edwards Plateau black cherry
Ptelea trifoliata ssp. trifoliataBaldwin hop-tree
Common hoptree
Quercus buckleyiTexas red oak
Buckley oak
Spanish oak
Spotted Oak
Rock Oak
Quercus laceyiLacey oak
Texas blue oak
Canyon oak
Smoky oak
Rock oak
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