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Special Collections

Hill Country Horticulture

Images and information on more than 430 species native to central Texas. Native plants provide an essential role in the environment including economic benefits from reduced energy costs, water and maintenance; ecological benefits including enhancing ecosystem stability and reducing chemical use; not to mention the beauty they provide.

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scientific namecommon name(s)image gallery
Viguiera stenolobaResinbush
Skeleton-leaf Goldeneye
Warnockia scutellarioidesPrairie brazoria
Prairie brazosmint
Wedelia texanaZexmenia
Orange zexmenia
Wedelia
Hairy wedelia
Texas creeping-oxeye
Wisteria frutescensAmerican wisteria
Texas wisteria
Kentucky wisteria
Yeatesia platystegiaMontell bractspike
Wild Shrimp Plant
Yucca constrictaBuckley yucca
Buckley's yucca
Yucca rupicolaTwistleaf yucca
Twisted-leaf yucca
Texas yucca
Yucca ×schottiiSchott's yucca
Hoary Yucca
Mountain Yucca
Yucca treculeanaSpanish Dagger
Don Quixote's Lance
Palma Pita
Zigadenus nuttalliiNuttall's deathcamas
Death Camas
Poison onion
Nuttall's death camas
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