Native Plants for Thriving Texas Gardens

Importance of Native Plants

 Learn why it is good to incorporate Texas native plants since they are adapted to local conditions, conserve water, support wildlife

Texas Native Plant Diversity

Discover a diverse assortment of native plants ideal for Texas gardens, including beautiful wildflowers, grasses, succulents,

Wildflower Wonders

Incorporate native wildflowers such as Texas Bluebonnet, Indian Paintbrush, and Blackfoot Daisy into your garden to add rich color and help pollinators.

Grasses for Resilience

Consider natural grasses like Buffalo Grass, Sideoats Grama, and Little Bluestem, which provide texture, erosion control

Succulents & Cacti

Incorporate drought-tolerant plants such as the Prickly Pear Cactus, Agave, and Yucca to bring unique forms and low-maintenance beauty to your Texas garden.

Structure Shrubs

Integrate native shrubs such as Texas Sage, Turk's Cap, and Flame Acanthus for year-round appeal, bird attraction, and water conservation

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