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Austin Chapter NPSOT

The purpose of the Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) is to promote the conservation, research and utilization of the native plants and plant habitats of Texas, through education, outreach and example.

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Quercus texanaNuttall Oak
Texas red oak
Texas oak
Spanish oak
Rock oak
Rhus aromaticaFragrant sumac
Aromatic sumac
Lemon sumac
Polecat bush
Rhus lanceolataPrairie flameleaf sumac
Flame-leaf sumac
Prairie sumac
Lance-leaf sumac
Rhus microphyllaLittleleaf sumac
Desert sumac
Correosa
Agritos
Rhus virensEvergreen sumac
Tobacco sumac
Rivina humilisPigeonberry
Rouge plant
Baby peppers
Rudbeckia hirtaBlack-eyed Susan
Common black-eyed Susan
Brown-eyed Susan
Ruellia humilisFringeleaf wild petunia
Hairy ruellia
Low wild Petunia
Low ruellia
Rudbeckia maximaGiant coneflower
Great coneflower
Giant Brown-eyed Susan
Ruellia metziaeWhite Ruellia
Metz's wild petunia
Metz Wild Petunia
Wild White Petunia
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