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East Central Texas Plains

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 56 Texas counties. This ecoregion separates the two bands of the Texas Blackland Prairies ecoregion and extends just across the Oklahoma border. In Texas, it covers approximately the same land area as the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Post Oak Savannah vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the East Central Texas Plains ecoregion.

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Viola sororiaMissouri Violet
Common Blue Violet
Hooded Blue Violet
Florida Violet
Meadow Violet
Confederate Violet
Dooryard Violet
Purple Violet
Woolly Blue Violet
Wood Violet
Hooded Violet
Viola trilobaThree-lobe Violet
Viola villosaCarolina Violet
Southern Wood Violet
Vitis vulpinaFrost Grape
Fox Grape
Vulpia ellioteaSquirreltail Fescue
Vulpia octofloraCommon Sixweeks Grass
Sixweeks Fescue
Warnockia scutellarioidesPrairie Brazosmint
Prairie Brazoria
Wedelia acapulcensis var. hispidaZexmenia
Orange Zexmenia
Hairy Wedelia
Wedelia
Texas Creeping-oxeye
Wisteria frutescensAmerican Wisteria
Texas Wisteria
Kentucky Wisteria
Willkommia texanaTexas Willkommia
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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
 Alternate
 Opposite
 Whorled
 Fascicled

Leaf Retention
 Deciduous
 Evergreen
 Semi-evergreen