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Wetland Plants for Central Texas

Central Texas native plants that work well in riparian areas.

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Maclura pomiferaOsage orange
Bois d' arc
Bodark
Horse apple
Hedge apple
Morus rubraRed mulberry
Moral
Muhlenbergia schreberiNimblewill
Nymphaea odorataAmerican white water lily
Fragrant white water lily
Fragrant water lily
White water lily
Sweet-scented white water lily
Sweet-scented water lily
Physostegia intermediaIntermediate false dragonhead
Marsh obedient-plant
Obedient-plant
Slender false dragonhead
Spring obedient plant
Phyla nodifloraTexas frogfruit
Turkey tangle fogfruit
Frogfruit
Platanus occidentalisAmerican sycamore
Buttonwood
Plane-tree
Sycamore
Populus deltoides ssp. deltoidesEastern cottonwood
Prunus mexicanaMexican plum
Bigtree plum
Pteridium aquilinumWestern bracken fern
Bracken fern
Western bracken
Bracken
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