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Native Plant Society of Texas

The purpose of the Native Plant Society of Texas is to promote the conservation, research and utilization of the native plants and plant habitats of Texas, through education, outreach and example. The Native Plant Society of Texas was founded in 1980 and currently has over 1,800 members in 32 Chapters. Chapters provide activities such as Field trips, Plant rescues, Native plant sales, Restoration projects, and Highway plantings, NPSOT publishes a newsletter for it state members and hosts two annual conferences, one of which is traditionally held at the Wildflower Center.

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Dryopteris ludovicianaSouthern woodfern
Florida shieldfern
Echinacea purpureaEastern purple coneflower
Purple coneflower
Erythrina herbaceaCoralbean
Cherokee bean
Red cardinal
Eysenhardtia texanaTexas kidneywood
Kidneywood
Bee-Brush
Vara dulce
Forestiera pubescensStretchberry
Elbow bush
Spring herald
Gaura lindheimeriLindheimer's beeblossom
White gaura
Butterfly gaura
Hesperaloe parvifloraRed yucca
Coral yucca
Red flowered false yucca
Redflower false yucca
Samandoque
Yellow yucca
Ilex deciduaPossumhaw
Possumhaw Holly
Deciduous Holly
Winterberry
Deciduous yaupon
Ilex vomitoriaYaupon
Yaupon Holly
Cassina
Juniperus asheiAshe juniper
Ashe's juniper
Mountain cedar
Blueberry juniper
Lantana urticoidesTexas lantana
Calico bush
Leucophyllum frutescensCenizo
Purple sage
Texas ranger
Texas barometer bush
Texas silverleaf
Texas sage
Silverleaf
Leucaena retusaGoldenball leadtree
Littleleaf leadtree
Liatris mucronataCusp gayfeather
Cusp blazing star
Cusp liatris
Narrow-leaf gayfeather
Narrow-leaf blazing star
Narrow-leaf liatris
Texas gayfeather
Texas blazing star
Texas liatris
Lonicera sempervirensCoral honeysuckle
Trumpet honeysuckle
Woodbine
Malvaviscus arboreus var. drummondiiTurk's cap or Turkscap
Drummond's turkscap
Wax mallow
Drummond wax-mallow
Red mallow
Texas mallow
Mexican apple
Manzanilla
Sleeping hibiscus
Bleeding hearts
Malpighia glabraAcerola
Barbados Cherry
Manzanita
Wild crapemyrtle
Mahonia trifoliolataAgarita
Agarito
Algerita
Laredo mahonia
Laredo Oregon-grape
Trifoliate barberry
Merremia dissectaAlamo Vine
Noyau vine
Correhuela de las Doce
Melampodium leucanthumBlackfoot Daisy
Rock daisy
Plains blackfoot
Mimosa borealisFragrant mimosa
Pink Mimosa
Morella ceriferaWax myrtle
Southern bayberry
Candleberry
Muhlenbergia capillarisGulf muhly
Hair-awn muhly
Hairy-awn muhly
Hair grass
Pink muhly
Muhlenbergia dubiaPine muhly
Muhlenbergia lindheimeriLindheimer's muhly
Lindheimer muhly
Big muhly
Blue muhly
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