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Fredericksburg Chapter NPSOT - Hill Country Recommended

Recommended native plant species for planned landscapes in the Texas hill country.

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Muhlenbergia capillarisGulf muhly
Hair-awn muhly
Hairy-awn muhly
Hair grass
Pink muhly
Muhlenbergia lindheimeriLindheimer's muhly
Lindheimer muhly
Big muhly
Blue muhly
Muhlenbergia rigensDeergrass
Meadow muhly
Deer muhly
Nassella tenuissimaMexican Feathergrass
Mexican Wiregrass
Finestem needlegrass
Ponytail grass
Texas tussock
Nolina lindheimerianaDevil's shoestring
Devil's-shoestring
Ribbon grass
Nolina texanaTexas sacahuista
Texas beargrass
Basket grass
Sacahuista
Bunchgrass
Oenothera macrocarpaBigfruit evening-primrose
Missouri evening-primrose
Fluttermill
Big-fruit evening-primrose
Missouri Primrose
Oenothera speciosaPink evening primrose
Showy evening primrose
Mexican evening primrose
Showy primrose
Pink ladies
Buttercups
Pink buttercups
Opuntia engelmanniiCactus apple
Packera aureaGolden groundsel
Golden ragwort
Butterweed
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