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Native Plant Society of Texas

The purpose of the Native Plant Society of Texas is to promote the conservation, research and utilization of the native plants and plant habitats of Texas, through education, outreach and example. The Native Plant Society of Texas was founded in 1980 and currently has over 1,800 members in 32 Chapters. Chapters provide activities such as Field trips, Plant rescues, Native plant sales, Restoration projects, and Highway plantings, NPSOT publishes a newsletter for it state members and hosts two annual conferences, one of which is traditionally held at the Wildflower Center.

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Quercus texanaNuttall Oak
Texas oak
Rhus aromaticaFragrant sumac
Aromatic sumac
Lemon sumac
Polecat bush
Rhus virensEvergreen sumac
Tobacco sumac
Salvia coccineaScarlet Sage
Tropical Sage
Blood sage
Red Sage
Indian Fire
Salvia lyrataLyreleaf sage
Cancer weed
Sabal mexicanaTexas palm
Texas palmetto
Mexican palm
Mexican palmetto
Rio Grande palmetto
Victoria palmetto
Palma de micharos
Sabal minorDwarf palmetto
Bush palmetto
Salvia penstemonoidesBig red sage
Penstemon sage
Salvia reglaMountain sage
Royal sage
Salvia roemerianaCedar sage
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