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Plants for Central Texas
Milkweed Species for Central Texas - Ten asclepiads native to Central Texas.
Hill Country Horticulture - Native plants for the Central Texas Hill Country.
Sun Garden Plants for Central Texas - Native plants that work well in a full sun garden.
Pond Plants for Central Texas - Native plants that work well in water gardens.
Dry Shade Plants for Central Texas - Native plants that work well in dry shade.
Woodland Plants for Central Texas - Native plants that work well in woodlands.
Wetland Plants for Central Texas - Native plants for that work well in riparian areas.
Hummingbird Plants for Central Texas - Native plants that attract hummingbirds.
Container Garden Plants for Central Texas - Native plants for container gardens.
Edible Plants for Central Texas - Native plants for human consumption.
Drought Resistant Plants for Central Texas - Native plants that perform well during drought.
Riparian Restoration Plants for Central Texas - Woody and herbaceous species for restoring riparian areas.
Plants by Texas EcoregionsChihuahuan Desert
Arizona-New Mexico Mountains
Central Great Plains
Southern Texas Plains
Texas Blackland Prairies
East Central Texas Plains
Western Gulf Coastal Plain
South Central Plains
National CollectionsThreatened & Endangered Species - Plants in our database that have Threatened or Endangered status with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
National Wetland Plant List - Wetland status ratings from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Deer Resistant - Native plants that deer tend to avoid.
Plants for PollinatorsButterflies and Moths of North America - Plants that are valuable to moths and butterflies.
Special Value to Native Bees - Attracts large numbers of native bees.*
Special Value to Bumble Bees - Attracts large numbers of bumble bees.*
Special Value to Honey Bees - Important pollen or nectar sources (honey plant) for honey bees.*
Provides Nesting Materials/Structure for Native Bees - Plants that native bees nest beneath, within, or harvest parts from to construct their nests.*
Supports Conservation Biological Control - Plants that attracts predatory or parasitoid insects that prey upon pest insects.*
California Pollinator Plant List*
*This information was provided by the Pollinator Program at The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation.
Regional WildflowersCentral Texas | Eastern Woodlands | Pacific Northwest | Rocky Mountains | Southwestern Desert | Tallgrass Prairie
These wildflower collections were made possible by a grant from the Garden Writers Foundation of the Garden Writers Association of America.
Just for Texans
National Butterfly Center - Butterfly Plants For South Texas.
Texas Wildscapes - Plant List from the Texas Wildscapes CD-ROM (TPWD).
Great Small Trees for Houston - Fourteen trees selected by The Garden Club of Houston to bring variety and charm to the Houston landscape.
Remarkable Riparian - A field guide to riparian plants within the Nueces River Basin of Texas.
Lady Bird Legacy Wildflower Mix - Mix by the Wildflower Center and Native American Seed.
Texas Wildflowers - Plants from the book Texas Wildflowers by Campbell and Lynn Loughmiller.
Cut-Flower Suitable Species - Native Texas plants that work well in cut-flower arrangements.
Wildflower Center: Central GardensWildflower Center Plants - Master list of Wildflower Center taxa.
Entrance Trail | Entrance Garden | The Meadows | Wetland Pond | Courtyard | Café Garden | Little House Garden | Seed Silo Garden | Woodland Garden | Erma Lowe Hill Country Stream | Display Gardens | Formal Homeowner Inspiration Garden | Traditional Homeowner Inspiration Garden | Naturalistic Homeowner Inspiration Garden | Texas Mixed Border Homeowner Inspiration Garden | Ann and O.J. Weber Butterfly Garden | Dry Creek Bed | West Texas Mountain Collection | South Texas Mission Garden | Trailhead Garden |
Wildflower Center: Texas ArboretumArboretum Plants - Master List of Arboretum Taxa.
Oak Collection - 53 native oak species comprise the Oak Collection.
Specimen Tree Collection - A special collection of large and iconic trees like pecan, American elm and sycamore.
Trees for Utility Lines - Low-growing trees that can be planted near power lines.
Xeric Collection - South Texas Trees and shrubs for hot, dry, rocky areas.