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The National Native Plant Bibliography was compiled to make it easier to find floras, field guides, and other native plant publications appropriate for your area. Use the search bar below to locate a specific reference.

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Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas
by: Miller, G. O.
Notes: The "how-to", "when-to", and "what-to" guide on plant maintenance, landscape design, water conservation, habitat characteristics. Learn how to use beautiful, drought-tolerant flowers, trees, grasses, ...
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National Wildlife Federation's Guide to Gardening for Wildlife: How to Create a Beautiful Backyard Habitat for Birds, Butterflies and Other Wildlife
by: Tufts, C.; H. P. Loewer
Notes: From From Library Journal Landscaping to attract wildlife has become a popular gardening activity, not only in rural settings but also in suburbia and even in cities. Here are three titl...
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Book of Swamp and Bog: Trees, Shrubs and Wildflowers of the Eastern Freshwater Wetlands
by: Eastman, J. & A. Hansen
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Wild Orchids of Texas
by: Liggio, J. & A.O. Liggio
Notes: From the East Texas swamps and forests to the Edwards Plateau canyons and the Trans-Pecos mountains, Texas hosts a surprising number of native orchids. Their exquisite beauty endears them to everyone ...
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Bringing Nature Home: How You Can Sustain Wildlife with Native Plants
by: Tallamy, Douglas W.
Notes: This updated and expanded edition of Tallamy's 2007 Bringing Nature Homes adds appendices containing recommendations for wildlife-sustaining native plants for every region of the continental Un...
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Wildflowers across Texas
by: Parent, L.; P. C. Parent
Notes: Photography by Laurence Parent, with an introductory essay by Patricia Caperton Parent and a forward by First Lady Laura Bush. The simple, stunning beauty of Texas wildflowers has never been more evid...
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