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Hill Country Horticulture

Images and information on more than 430 species native to central Texas. Native plants provide an essential role in the environment including economic benefits from reduced energy costs, water and maintenance; ecological benefits including enhancing ecosystem stability and reducing chemical use; not to mention the beauty they provide.

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Populus deltoidesEastern Cottonwood
Carolina Poplar
Necklace Poplar
Alamo
Polanisia dodecandra ssp. trachyspermaClammy-weed
Clammyweed
Sandyseed Clammyweed
Potamogeton nodosusKnotty Pondweed
Longleaf Pondweed
Proboscidea louisianicaLouisiana Devil's-claw
Devil's-claw
Ram's-horn
Unicorn Plant
Proboscis Flower
Prunus mexicanaMexican Plum
Bigtree Plum
Inch Plum
Prunus minutifloraTexas Almond
Texas Wild Almond
Dwarf Plum
Prunus rivularisRiver Plum
Creek Plum
Hog Plum
Prunus serotinaBlack Cherry
Wild Black Cherry
Rum Cherry
Prunus serotina var. eximiaEscarpment Black Cherry
Edwards Plateau Black Cherry
Escarpment Cherry
Prunus texanaPeachbush
Sand Plum
Peach Bush
Texas Plum
Texas Peach Bush
Prunella vulgaris ssp. lanceolataLanceleaf Selfheal
Self-heal
Ptelea trifoliataWafer Ash
Common Hoptree
Hop Tree
Pyrrhopappus pauciflorusSmallflower Desert-chicory
Texas Dandelion
False Dandelion
Quercus fusiformisEscarpment Live Oak
Plateau Live Oak
Hill Country Live Oak
Texas Live Oak
Scrub Live Oak
Plateau Oak
Encino Molino
Tesmoli
Quercus laceyiLacey Oak
Texas Blue Oak
Canyon Oak
Smoky Oak
Rock Oak
Quercus macrocarpaBur Oak
Burr Oak
Savanna Oak
Overcup Oak
Prairie Oak
Mossy-cup Oak
Mossy-overcup Oak
Blue Oak
Quercus stellataPost Oak
Iron Oak
Cross Oak
Quercus texanaNuttall Oak
Texas Oak
Quercus vaseyanaVasey Oak
Sandpaper Oak
Scrub Oak
Shin Oak
Ratibida columniferaMexican Hat
Red-spike Mexican Hat
Upright Prairie Coneflower
Prairie Coneflower
Long-headed Coneflower
Thimbleflower
Ranunculus macranthusLarge Buttercup
Rhus aromaticaFragrant Sumac
Aromatic Sumac
Lemon Sumac
Polecat Bush
Rhynchospora colorataWhitetop Sedge
White-topped Sedge
Starrush Whitetop
Star Sedge
Star Rush
Rhus lanceolataPrairie Flameleaf Sumac
Flameleaf Sumac
Prairie Sumac
Lance-leaf Sumac
Lance-leaved Sumac
Texas Sumac
Tree Sumac
Limestone Sumac
Prairie Shining Sumac
Rhus virensEvergreen Sumac
Tobacco Sumac
Lambrisco
Lentrisco
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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
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 Wet - saturated

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Height (in feet)
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Leaf Arrangement
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Leaf Retention
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