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NPIN: Recommended Native Plants - Rolling Plains



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Lifespan

Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

Soil moisture
 Dry - no signs of moisture
 Moist - looks & feels damp
 Wet - saturated
Bloom Time
 Jan  Feb  Mar
 Apr  May  Jun
 Jul  Aug  Sep
 Oct  Nov  Dec
Bloom Color
 White  Red  Pink
 Orange  Yellow  Green
 Blue  Purple  Violet
 Brown  Black

Height (in feet)
 0-1  1-3  3-6  6-12
 12-36  36-72  72-100
 More than 100

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Rolling Plains

The Rolling Plains area (24 million acres) coincides with the Rolling Plains land resource area of the southern Central Lowlands. The area is between the High Plains and the Cross Timbers and Prairies in the northern part of the state. It is a nearly level to rolling plain having moderate to rapid surface drainage. Soils of the uplands are pale brown to reddish brown to dark grayish brown, neutral to calcareous sandy loams, clay loams, and clays. Saline soils are common, as are shallow and stony soils with pockets of deep sand. Bottomlands have only minor areas of reddish brown, loamy to clayey, calcareous alluvial soils.

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Gaillardia suavisPerfumeballs
Pincushion daisy
Fragrant gaillardia
Rayless gaillardia
Glandularia bipinnatifida var. bipinnatifidaPrairie verbena
Purple prairie verbena
Dakota mock vervain
Dakota vervain
Glossopetalon planitierumPlains greasebush
Gutierrezia sarothraeBroom snakeweed
Kindlingweed
Matchbrush
Texas snakeweed
Broomweed
Turpentine weed
Matchweed
Helenium amarumYellow Sneezeweed
Bitterweed
Yellow bitterweed
Yellowdicks
Slender-leaved sneezeweed
Fine-leaved sneezweed
Yellow dog-fennel
Heliotropium curassavicumSalt heliotrope
Seaside heliotrope
Quail plant
Cola de mico
Cola de gama
Helianthus maximilianiMaximilian sunflower
Max sunflower
Helianthus petiolarisPrairie sunflower
Plains sunflower
Heliotropium tenellumPasture heliotrope
White heliotrope
Hymenopappus flavescensYellow plainsman
Collegeflower
Ipomoea leptophyllaBush morning-glory
Juniperus asheiAshe juniper
Ashe's juniper
Mountain cedar
Blueberry juniper
Juniperus monospermaOneseed juniper
One-seed juniper
Cherrystone juniper
Juniperus pinchotiiPinchot's juniper
Pinchot juniper
Redberry juniper
Juniperus scopulorumRocky Mountain juniper
Rocky Mountain red cedar
Leptochloa dubiaGreen sprangletop
Lesquerella fendleriFendler's bladderpod
Fendler's bladderpod
Popweed
Lepidium montanumMountain peppergrass
Western peppergrass
Mountain pepperweed
Mountain pepperwort
Montana pepperweed
Linum berlandieri var. berlandieriBerlandier's yellow flax
Yellow Flax
Stiff-stem flax
Linum hudsonioidesHudson Flax
Texas flax
Yellow Flax
Lithospermum incisumNarrowleaf stoneseed
Puccoon
Fringed puccoon
Narrowleaf gromwell
Fringed gromwell
Narrow-leaved puccoon
Liatris mucronataCusp gayfeather
Gayfeather
Blazing star
Narrow-leaf gayfeather
Texas gayfeather
Cusp blazing star
Linum pratenseMeadow flax
Liatris punctataDotted blazing star
Dotted gayfeather
Linum rigidumStiffstem flax
Large-flower yellow flax
Yellow flax
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