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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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Ebenopsis ebanoTexas Ebony
Black-bead Ebony
Ebony Ape's-earring
Ebano
Echinocereus pentalophusLadyfinger Cactus
Alicoche
Dog Tail
Devil's Fingers
Echinacea purpureaEastern Purple Coneflower
Purple Coneflower
Elymus virginicusVirginia Wild Rye
Virginia Wildrye
Escobaria sneediiCarpet Foxtail Cactus
Sneed's Foxtail Cactus
Sneed's Pincushion Cactus
Escobaria tuberculosaWhitecolumn Foxtail Cactus
Cob Beehive Cactus
White-column Foxtail Cactus
White Star
Euonymus americanusAmerican Strawberry Bush
Strawberry Bush
Brook Euonymus
Hearts-a-burstin
Bursting Heart
Wahoo
Fraxinus greggiiGregg's Ash
Gregg Ash
Littleleaf Ash
Dogleg Ash
Escobilla
Barreta China
Gelsemium sempervirensCarolina Jessamine
Yellow Jessamine
Evening Trumpetflower
Poor Man's Rope
Gomphrena haageanaRio Grande Globe Amaranth
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