From:Plano, TX Region: Southwest Topic: Wildflowers Title: Small native flowering plants for Plano, TX Answered by: Nan Hampton
Suggestions for native flowering plants small enough for a border planting? I live in Plano TX, just north of Dallas. Zone 8.
Here are a list of species that are a foot or less in height that should do well in your area. When you reach the page for the flower, be sure to check the "Bloom", "Characters", and "Growing Conditions" in the menu at the top of the page.
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