SELECTED PLANT CULTIVARS

Many commonly used landscape plants in the Central Texas area offer a wide variety of different cultivars that provide different floral colors, plant shapes and sizes, or other features that tend to add much variety to commonly used plants. Use of different plant cultivars provides the opportunity to grow plants that are extremely well adapted

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PLANTS FOR WILDLIFE

Nectar producing flowering plants – attracting all butterflies Abelia, Ageratum, Allysum, Aster, Asclepias (Butterfly Weed), Buddleia, Black-eyed Susan, Buckeye, Lobelia, Cuphea, Clover. Cosmos, Duranta, Frogfruit, Gallardia, Globe Amaranth, Honeysuckle, Lantana, Liatris, Eupetolium (Mist Flower), Morning Glory, Pentas, Phlox, Plumbago, Porterweed, Purple Coneflower, Rainlily, Shrimp Plant, Sunflower, Verbena, Salvia, Sweet Autumn Clematis, Turks Cap, Yellow Bells

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