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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

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 12-36  36-72  72-100
 More than 100

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Texas-East Recommended

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scientific namecommon name(s)image gallery
Conoclinium coelestinumBlue mistflower
Wild ageratum
Blue boneset
Mistflower
Cornus drummondiiRoughleaf dogwood
Drummond's dogwood
Rough-leaf dogwood
Cooperia drummondiiEvening rain lily
Evening star rain lily
Cornus floridaFlowering dogwood
Virginia dogwood
Florida dogwood
White cornel
Arrowwood
American boxwood
False box
St. Peter's crown
Corona de san pedro
Coreopsis lanceolataLanceleaf coreopsis
Lance-leaved coreopsis
Lanceleaf tickseed
Sand coreopsis
Coreopsis tinctoriaPlains coreopsis
Golden tickseed
Goldenwave
Coreopsis
Calliopsis
Crataegus marshalliiParsley hawthorn
Parsleyleaf hawthorn
Cyrilla racemifloraTiti
Swamp titi
Black titi
White titi
Red titi
Leatherwood
Swamp cyrilla
American cyrilla
Burnwood bark
Palo colorado
Dracopis amplexicaulisClasping coneflower
Clasping-leaf coneflower
Echinacea pallidaPale purple coneflower
Pale coneflower
Echinacea purpureaEastern purple coneflower
Purple coneflower
Echinacea sanguineaSanguine purple coneflower
Erythrina herbaceaCoralbean
Cherokee bean
Red cardinal
Euonymus americanusAmerican strawberry bush
Strawberry bush
Brook euonymus
Hearts-a-burstin
Bursting heart
Wahoo
Eustoma exaltatum ssp. russellianumTexas bluebells
Texas bluebell
Bluebell
Showy prairie gentian
Prairie gentian
Eubotrys racemosaSwamp doghobble
Sweet-bells Leucothe
Fetter-bush
Leucothoe
Sweetbells
Fagus grandifoliaAmerican beech
White beech
Red beech
Ridge beech
Beechnut tree
Fraxinus americanaWhite ash
American ash
Cane ash
Smallseed white ash
Biltmore white ash
Biltmore ash
Frangula carolinianaCarolina buckthorn
Carolina false buckthorn
Yellow buckthorn
Indian cherry
Yellowwood
Fraxinus pennsylvanicaGreen ash
Red ash
Swamp ash
River ash
Water ash
Darlington ash
Gaillardia pulchellaIndian Blanket
Firewheel
Girasol rojo
Gelsemium sempervirensCarolina Jessamine
Yellow Jessamine
Evening Trumpetflower
Poor Man's Rope
Glandularia bipinnatifidaPrairie Verbena
Purple Prairie Verbena
Dakota Vervain
Dakota Mock Vervain
Moradilla
Gordonia lasianthusGordonia
Loblolly bay
Hamamelis virginianaWitch hazel
American witch hazel
Common witch hazel
Winterbloom
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