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Edwards Plateau

The Edwards Plateau area includes 1.45 million acres known as the Granitic Central Basin in Llano and Mason Counties. The Balcones Escarpment forms the distinct boundary of the Edwards Plateau on its eastern and southern borders and outlines what is known as the Texas Hill Country.

The area is a deeply dissected, rapidly drained stony plain having broad, flat to undulating divides. Prior to modern settlement, vegetation was grassland or open savannah-type plains with tree or brushy species found along rocky slopes and stream bottoms.

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Senna roemerianaTwoleaf senna
Two leaved senna
Setaria texanaTexas bristlegrass
Senegalia wrightiiWright Acacia
Wright's Acacia
Catclaw Acacia
Catclaw
Silphium albiflorumWhite rosinweed
White-flowered rosinweed
Compass Plant
Sisyrinchium langloisiiRoadside blue-eyed grass
Dotted blue-eyed grass
Southern blue-eyed grass
Sisyrinchium sagittiferumBlue-eyed grass
Spearbract blue-eyed grass
Solidago altissimaTall Goldenrod
Late Goldenrod
Canadian Goldenrod
Canada Goldenrod
Solidago canadensisCanada goldenrod
Canadian goldenrod
Tall goldenrod
Giant goldenrod
Solanum elaeagnifoliumSilverleaf nightshade
Silver-leaf nightshade
White horse nettle
Trompillo
Tomato weed
Solidago nemoralisGray goldenrod
Prairie goldenrod
Oldfield goldenrod
Grayleaf goldenrod
Gray-leaved goldenrod
Dyersweed goldenrod
Dwarf goldenrod
Field goldenrod
Sorghastrum nutansIndiangrass
Yellow indiangrass
Sophora secundifloraTexas mountain laurel
Mountain laurel
Mescal bean
Mescal bean sophora
Frijolillo
Frijolito
Sphaeralcea angustifoliaCopper globemallow
Copper mallow
Sporobolus compositus var. compositusComposite dropseed
Tall dropseed
Sporobolus cryptandrusSand dropseed
Sporobolus wrightiiBig sacaton
Sacaton
Alkali sacaton
Styphnolobium affineEve's necklace
Eve's necklacepod
Texas sophora
Pink sophora
Necklace tree
Symphyotrichum pratenseBarrens silky aster
Meadow Aster
Symphyotrichum subulatumBaby's breath aster
Annual Aster
Eastern annual saltmarsh aster
Blackland aster
Hierba del Marrano
Taraxacum officinaleCommon dandelion
Blowball
Dandelion
Faceclock
Teucrium canadenseCanada germander
American germander
Canadian germander
Germander
Hairy germander
Wood sage
Teucrium laciniatumCut-Leaf germander
Dwarf germander
Lacy germander
Tephrosia lindheimeriLindheimer's hoarypea
Hoary Pea
Lindheimer tephrosia
Tetraneuris scaposaFour-nerve daisy
Hymenoxys
Stemmy four-nerve daisy
Yellow daisy
Bitterweed
Tecoma stansYellow bells
Yellowbells
Esperanza
Yellow trumpetbush
Yellow trumpetflower
Trumpetbush
Trumpetflower
Yellow elder
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