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Texas Native Pond Plants

Texas Native Pond Plants by Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Director of Horticulture, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. These plants are all native to the Texas region and are suitable for ponds and water gardens. If you live outside of Texas, these may or may not be native to your area.

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Potamogeton nodosusKnotty Pondweed
Longleaf pondweed
Rhynchospora corniculataShortbristle horned beaksedge
Horned Beakrush
Rhynchospora colorataStarrush whitetop
Star sedge
White-topped sedge
Whitetop sedge
Star rush
Saururus cernuusLizard's tail
Lizard's-tail
Breast weed
Water dragon
Sagittaria platyphyllaDelta arrowhead
Schoenoplectus americanusChairmaker's bulrush
Olney three-square
Schoenoplectus californicusCalifornia bulrush
California club-rush
Giant Bulrush
Thalia dealbataPowdery alligator-flag
Powdery thalia
Water canna
Vallisneria americanaAmerican eelgrass
Water celery
Eelgrass
Tapegrass
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