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Wildflower Center Fall Native Plant Sale

Fall is the best time to plant in Texas, and the Wildflower Centerís Fall Native Plant Sale is the perfect opportunity to get unique plants for your landscape. The list below is updated often leading up to the sale. Some species are available only in limited quantities and sizes. More information about our plant sales can be found at our plant sale page.

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Eysenhardtia texanaTexas Kidneywood
Kidneywood
Bee Brush
Vara Dulce
Palo Dulce
Forestiera angustifoliaNarrow-leaf Forestiera
Tanglewood
Desert Olive
Texas Swamp-privet
Panalero
Forestiera pubescensElbow Bush
Stretchberry
Spring Herald
Desert Olive
Tanglewood
Devil's Elbow
Spring Goldenglow
New Mexico Privet
Texas Forsythia
Geum canadenseWhite Avens
Helianthus maximilianiMaximilian Sunflower
Max Sunflower
Leucophyllum frutescensCenizo
Purple Sage
Texas Ranger
Texas Barometer Bush
Texas Silverleaf
Texas Sage
Silverleaf
Lonicera sempervirensCoral Honeysuckle
Trumpet Honeysuckle
Woodbine
Marsilea macropodaBigfoot Water-clover
Water-clover
Clover-fern
Largefoot Pepperwort
Melica muticaTwoflower Melicgrass
Two-flower Melic Grass
Mimosa borealisFragrant Mimosa
Pink Mimosa
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