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Texas Discovery Gardens

Texas Discovery Gardens is one of the oldest botanical institutions in Texas. Built in 1936 as the Hall of Horticulture for Texas' Centennial Exposition in Fair Park - Dallas, the 7.5-acre campus includes the first public conservatory in the Southwestern United States. The mission of Texas Discovery Gardens is to have a positive impact on the future of Texas by teaching people effective ways to restore, conserve and preserve nature in the urban environment through the use of native and adapted plants that illustrate the interrelationship of Butterflies, Bugs and Botany.

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Echinacea paradoxaYellow coneflower
Yellow echinacea
Echinacea purpureaEastern purple coneflower
Purple coneflower
Echinocactus texensisHorse crippler
Horse crippler cactus
Devil's head
Chisos hedgehog cactus
Chisos hedgehog
Ehretia anacuaAnacua
Sugarberry Anacua
Anaqua
Anacahuita
Knockaway
Knackaway
Sandpaper tree
Manzanita
Manzanillo
Tlalahuacate
Equisetum hyemaleScouring-rush horsetail
Horsetail
Scouring rush
Canuela
Eysenhardtia texanaTexas kidneywood
Kidneywood
Bee-Brush
Vara dulce
Fallugia paradoxaApache plume
Ponil
Forestiera angustifoliaNarrow-leaf forestiera
Tanglewood
Desert olive
Texas swamp-privet
Panalero
Forestiera pubescensElbow bush
Stretchberry
Spring herald
Forestiera reticulataNet-leaf forestiera
Netleaf swampprivet
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