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Salvia lyrataLyreleaf Sage
Cancer Weed
Salvia reptansSlenderleaf Sage
West Texas Grass Sage
Salvia texanaTexas Sage
Blue Sage
Schoenocaulon drummondiiGreen Feathershank
Green Lily
Scutellaria drummondiiDrummond's Skullcap
Scutellaria incanaHoary Skullcap
Downy Skullcap
Schoenocaulon texanumGreen Lily
Texas Feathershank
Texas Sabadilla
Selinocarpus angustifoliusNarrowleaf Moonpod
Narrowleaf Moonpod
Sedum nanifoliumDwarf Stonecrop
Sedum nuttallianumYellow Stonecrop
Silphium albiflorumWhite Rosinweed
White-flowered Rosinweed
Compass Plant
Simsia calvaAwnless Bush Sunflower
Bush Sunflower
Sisyrinchium campestrePrairie Blue-eyed Grass
White-eyed Grass
Sisyrinchium chilenseSword-leaf Blue-eyed Grass
Swordleaf Blue-eyed Grass
Silphium gracileSlender Rosinweed
Silphium laciniatumCompassplant
Compass Plant
Sisyrinchium minusDwarf Blue-eyed-grass
Pink-eyed-grass
Pink Blue-eyed-grass
Sisyrinchium montanumStrict Blue-eyed Grass
Mountain Blue-eyed Grass
Common Blue-eyed Grass
Smallanthus uvedaliusHairy Leafcup
Solidago caesiaWreath Goldenrod
Blue-stemmed Goldenrod
Bluestem Goldenrod
Solidago canadensisCanada Goldenrod
Canadian Goldenrod
Tall Goldenrod
Giant Goldenrod
Solidago caesia var. caesiaWreath Goldenrod
Blue-stemmed Goldenrod
Bluestem Goldenrod
Solidago canadensis var. gilvocanescensShorthair Goldenrod
Solidago canadensis var. salebrosaSalebrosa Goldenrod
Solanum elaeagnifoliumSilverleaf Nightshade
Silver-leaf Nightshade
White Horse Nettle
Trompillo
Tomato Weed
Solidago nemoralisGray Goldenrod
Prairie Goldenrod
Oldfield Goldenrod
Grayleaf Goldenrod
Gray-leaved Goldenrod
Dyersweed Goldenrod
Dwarf Goldenrod
Field Goldenrod
Solidago ulmifoliaElmleaf Goldenrod
Elm-leaved Goldenrod
Stemodia lanataWoolly Stemodia
Gray-woolly Twintip
Stenosiphon linifoliusFalse Gaura
Symphyotrichum ericoidesWhite Heath Aster
Heath Aster
Symphyotrichum ericoides var. ericoidesWhite Heath Aster
Heath Aster
White Aster
White Prairie Aster
Symphyotrichum laeveSmooth Blue Aster
Symphyotrichum oblongifoliumAromatic Aster
Aromatic American Aster
Fall Aster
Wild Blue Aster
Shale Aster
Symphyotrichum oolentangienseSkyblue Aster
Sky Blue American-aster
Azure Aster
Blue Devils
Symphyotrichum sericeumWestern Silver Aster
Western Silver American-aster
Silky Aster
Teucrium cubenseCoast Germander
Small Coastal Germander
Tetraneuris scaposa var. scaposaFour-nerve Daisy
Hymenoxys
Stemmy Four-nerve Daisy
Bitterweed
Tetragonotheca texanaSquarebud Daisy
Nerve-ray
Square-bud Daisy
Tephrosia virginianaGoat's Rue
Virginia Tephrosia
Devil's Shoestring
Thelesperma filifoliumStiff Greenthread
Greenthread
Thelesperma filifolium var. filifoliumStiff Greenthread
Showy Navajo Tea
Greenthread
Thelesperma simplicifoliumSlender Greenthread
Navajo Tea
Cota
Thamnosma texanaTexas Desert-rue
Dutchman's Breeches
Rue Of The Mountains
Ruda Del Monte
Tradescantia occidentalisPrairie Spiderwort
Western Spiderwort
Spiderwort
Trifolium reflexumBuffalo Clover
Verbena canescensGray Vervain
Verbesina encelioidesCowpen Daisy
Golden Crownbeard
Butter Daisy
Vernonia lindheimeriWoolly Ironweed
Verbena simplexNarrowleaf Vervain
Narrow-leaved Vervain
Verbena strictaHoary Verbena
Hoary Vervain
Tall Vervain
Woolly Verbena
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Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

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Height (in feet)
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