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Woodland Plants for Central Texas

Use this list to create a Woodland Garden that abstracts the visual patterns found within woodland ecosystems in Central Texas.

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Quercus laceyiLacey oak
Texas blue oak
Canyon oak
Smoky oak
Rock oak
Quercus muehlenbergiiChinkapin oak
Chinquapin oak
Chestnut oak
Yellow chestnut oak
Yellow oak
Rock chestnut oak
Rock oak
Quercus sinuata var. brevilobaWhite shin oak
Bigelow oak
Scaly-bark oak
Limestone Durand oak
Shortlobe oak
Bastard oak
Quercus virginianaCoastal live oak
Southern live oak
Live oak
Rhus aromaticaFragrant sumac
Aromatic sumac
Lemon sumac
Polecat bush
Rhus virensEvergreen sumac
Tobacco sumac
Rivina humilisPigeonberry
Rouge plant
Baby peppers
Tradescantia occidentalisPrairie spiderwort
Western Spiderwort
Spiderwort
Ulmus crassifoliaCedar elm
Fall elm
Olmo
Ungnadia speciosaMexican buckeye
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