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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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Viburnum rufidulumRusty blackhaw viburnum
Rusty blackhaw
Southern blackhaw
Downy viburnum
Viguiera stenolobaResinbush
Skeleton-leaf Goldeneye
Wedelia texanaZexmenia
Orange zexmenia
Wedelia
Hairy wedelia
Texas creeping-oxeye
Woodwardia virginicaVirginia chainfern
Virginia chain fern
Xanthisma texanum ssp. drummondiiDrummond's sleepydaisy
Sleepy-Daisy
Yucca constrictaBuckley yucca
Buckley's yucca
Yucca rupicolaTwistleaf yucca
Twisted-leaf yucca
Texas yucca
Yucca treculeanaSpanish Dagger
Don Quixote's Lance
Palma Pita
Zanthoxylum hirsutumTexas Hercules' club
Texas prickly ash
Prickly ash
Toothache tree
Tickle-tongue
Tingle-tongue
Zinnia acerosaDesert zinnia
Dwarf zinnia
Dwarf white zinnia
Zigadenus nuttalliiNuttall's deathcamas
Death Camas
Poison onion
Nuttall's death camas
Ziziphus obtusifoliaLotebush
Lote-bush condalia
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