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Native Plants for Container Gardens in Central Texas

Native Plants for Container Gardens in Central Texas by Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Director of Horticulture, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. These plants are all native to the Central Texas region and are especially useful in container gardens. If you live outside of Central Texas, these may or may not be native to your area.

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Salvia roemerianaCedar sage
Scutellaria ovata ssp. bracteataHeartleaf skullcap
Heart-leaf skullcap
Scutellaria wrightiiWright's skullcap
Bushy skullcap
Shrubby skullcap
Sisyrinchium minusDwarf blue-eyed grass
Pink-Eyed Grass
Stachys coccineaScarlet betony
Scarlet hedge-nettle
Texas betony
Tetraneuris scaposaFour-nerve daisy
Hymenoxys
Stemmy four-nerve daisy
Yellow daisy
Bitterweed
Thamnosma texanaDutchman's breeches
Ruda del monte
Rue of the mountains
Texas desert-rue
Tradescantia giganteaGiant spiderwort
Viola pedataBirdfoot violet
Bird's-foot violet
Bird-foot violet
Yucca rupicolaTwistleaf yucca
Twisted-leaf yucca
Texas yucca
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