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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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Campsis radicansTrumpet creeper
Trumpet vine
Common trumpet creeper
Cow vine
Camassia scilloidesAtlantic camas
Wild hyacinth
Ceanothus americanusNew Jersey tea
Redroot
Centaurea americanaAmerican basket-flower
American star-thistle
Basket-Flower
Star thistle
Shaving brush
Centaurium beyrichiiMountain pink
Meadow pink
Catchfly
Quinineweed
Celtis ehrenbergianaDesert hackberry
Spiny hackberry
Granjeno
Shiny hackberry
Huasteco
Celtis laevigataSugar hackberry
Hackberry
Sugarberry
Texas sugarberry
Palo blanco
Celtis laevigata var. reticulataNetleaf hackberry
Netleaf sugar hackberry
Sugar Hackberry
Texas Sugarberry
Palo Blanco
Acibuche
Cercocarpus montanus var. argenteusSilver mountain mahogany
Mountain mahogany
True mountain mahogany
Silverleaf mountain mahogany
Cephalanthus occidentalisCommon buttonbush
Buttonbush
Button willow
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