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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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Sabal mexicanaMexican palm
Palma Di Micharos
Rio Grande palmetto
Texas palm
Texas palmetto
Sabal minorDwarf palmetto
Palmetto
Bush palmetto
Salvia penstemonoidesBig red sage
Penstemon sage
Salvia reglaMountain sage
Royal sage
Salvia roemerianaCedar sage
Scutellaria ovataHeartleaf skullcap
Heart-leaf Skullcap
Schizachyrium scopariumLittle bluestem
Senna lindheimerianaLindheimer's senna
Velvet leaf senna
Velvetleaf senna
Velvet-leaf wild sensitive-plant
Puppy-dog ears
Sophora secundifloraTexas mountain laurel
Mountain laurel
Mescal bean
Mescal bean sophora
Frijolillo
Frijolito
Styphnolobium affineEve's necklace
Eve's necklacepod
Texas sophora
Stachys coccineaScarlet betony
Scarlet hedge-nettle
Texas betony
Stemodia lanataWoolly Stemodia
Gray-woolly twintip
Symphyotrichum oblongifoliumAromatic aster
Aromatic American aster
Fall aster
Wild blue aster
Shale aster
Symphoricarpos orbiculatusCoralberry
Indian currant
Buckbrush
Taxodium distichumBald cypress
Baldcypress
Common bald cypress
Southern bald cypress
Deciduous cypress
Taxodium mucronatumMontezuma bald cypress
Montezuma cypress
Mexican cypress
Ahuehuete
Sabino
Tetraneuris scaposaFour-nerve daisy
Hymenoxys
Stemmy four-nerve daisy
Yellow daisy
Bitterweed
Tecoma stansYellow bells
Yellowbells
Esperanza
Yellow trumpetbush
Yellow trumpetflower
Trumpetbush
Trumpetflower
Yellow elder
Thelypteris kunthiiWood fern
River fern
Southern shield fern
Kunth's maiden fern
Normal shield fern
Tradescantia giganteaGiant spiderwort
Ulmus crassifoliaCedar elm
Fall elm
Olmo
Ungnadia speciosaMexican buckeye
Viola missouriensisMissouri violet
Viguiera stenolobaResinbush
Skeleton-leaf Goldeneye
Wedelia texanaZexmenia
Orange zexmenia
Wedelia
Hairy wedelia
Texas creeping-oxeye
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