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Bastrop County Native Trees, Woody Shrubs and Vines

This is a list of the tree, woody shrub and woody vine species native to Bastrop County, Texas.

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Paronychia jamesiiJames' Nailwort
Pavonia lasiopetalaRock Rose
Rose Pavonia
Rose Mallow
Pavonia
Parthenocissus quinquefoliaVirginia Creeper
Paronychia virginicaWhitlow-wort
Broom Nailwort
Yellow Nailwort
Park's Nailwort
Physalis hederifoliaIvyleaf Groundcherry
Ivy-leaf Groundcherry
Phyllanthus polygonoidesSmartweed Leaf-flower
Knotweed Leafflower
Philadelphus pubescensHoary Mock Orange
Phoradendron tomentosumChristmas Mistletoe
Mistletoe
Injerto
Pinus elliottiiSlash Pine
Pinus taedaLoblolly Pine
Oldfield Pine
Bull Pine
Rosemary Pine
Platanus occidentalisAmerican Sycamore
Eastern Sycamore
American Plane Tree
Plane Tree
Buttonwood
Buttonball Tree
Pluchea odorataSweetscent
Saltmarsh Fleabane
Polygonella americanaSouthern Jointweed
Populus deltoidesEastern Cottonwood
Carolina Poplar
Necklace Poplar
Alamo
Prunus angustifoliaChickasaw Plum
Sandhill Plum
Prunus carolinianaCarolina Cherry-laurel
Cherry-laurel
Laurel Cherry
Carolina Laurel Cherry
Prosopis glandulosaHoney Mesquite
Glandular Mesquite
Algarroba
Prunus gracilisOklahoma Plum
Prunus mexicanaMexican Plum
Bigtree Plum
Inch Plum
Prunus minutifloraTexas Almond
Texas Wild Almond
Dwarf Plum
Prunus serotinaBlack Cherry
Wild Black Cherry
Rum Cherry
Prunus texanaPeachbush
Sand Plum
Peach Bush
Texas Plum
Texas Peach Bush
Ptelea trifoliataWafer Ash
Common Hoptree
Hop Tree
Pterocaulon virgatumWand Blackroot
Quercus falcataSouthern Red Oak
Bottomland Red Oak
Three-lobed Red Oak
Spanish Oak
Quercus fusiformisEscarpment Live Oak
Plateau Live Oak
Hill Country Live Oak
Texas Live Oak
Scrub Live Oak
Plateau Oak
Encino Molino
Tesmoli
Quercus incanaBluejack Oak
Sandjack Oak
Upland Willow Oak
Cinnamon Oak
Shin Oak
Turkey Oak
Quercus laurifoliaLaurel Oak
Swamp Laurel Oak
Darlington Oak
Diamond-leaf Oak
Laurel-leaf Oak
Water Oak
Obtusa Oak
Quercus lyrataOvercup Oak
Swamp Post Oak
Water White Oak
Swamp White Oak
Quercus macrocarpaBur Oak
Burr Oak
Savanna Oak
Overcup Oak
Prairie Oak
Mossy-cup Oak
Mossy-overcup Oak
Blue Oak
Quercus marilandicaBlackjack Oak
Barren Oak
Black Oak
Jack Oak
Quercus nigraWater Oak
Possum Oak
Duck Oak
Punk Oak
Spotted Oak
Quercus phellosWillow Oak
Swamp Willow Oak
Pin Oak
Peach Oak
Quercus shumardiiShumard Oak
Shumard's Oak
Shumard Red Oak
Southern Red Oak
Swamp Red Oak
Spotted Oak
Quercus sinuataBastard Oak
Durand Oak
Quercus stellataPost Oak
Iron Oak
Cross Oak
Quercus virginianaCoastal Live Oak
Southern Live Oak
Virginia Live Oak
Live Oak
Encino
Rhus aromaticaFragrant Sumac
Aromatic Sumac
Lemon Sumac
Polecat Bush
Rhus copallinumWinged Sumac
Shining Sumac
Flameleaf Sumac
Mountain Sumac
Dwarf Sumac
Wing-rib Sumac
Black Sumac
Upland Sumac
Rhus glabraSmooth Sumac
Rhododendron oblongifoliumTexas Azalea
Rhynchosida physocalyxBladderpod Sida
Buffpetal
Beaked Sida
Rhus trilobataSkunkbush
Skunkbush Sumac
Fragrant Sumac
Aromatic Sumac
Scented Sumac
Ill-scented Sumac
Basketbush
Squawbush
Rubus aboriginumGarden Dewberry
Rubus argutusSawtooth Blackberry
Rubus riograndisRio Grande Dewberry
Salvia greggiiAutumn Sage
Cherry Sage
Gregg Salvia
Salix nigraBlack Willow
Gulf Black Willow
Swamp Willow
Sauz
Sambucus nigraBlack Elderberry
Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensisCommon Elderberry
Black Elder
Mexican Elderberry
Common Elder
Elderberry
Tapiro
Sauco
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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

Leaf Arrangement
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 Whorled
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Leaf Retention
 Deciduous
 Evergreen
 Semi-evergreen