Texas Flowers

Texas is a state known for its diverse landscape, which includes deserts, forests, and grasslands. With such a varied terrain, it’s no surprise that Texas is home to a wide variety of flowers. Some of the most well-known and beloved flowers native to Texas include the bluebonnet, Indian paintbrush, and evening primrose. The bluebonnet isContinue reading “Texas Flowers”

Native Texan Flowering plants

 Did you know that Texas is home to 5000-6000 species of native plants. As a state,  it is responsible for the conservation of approximately a quarter (25%) of the North American native flora. There are many  Perennials that are native to Texas, such as; Angel Trumpet, Blackfoot Daisy, and Coneflower, and Calylophus which can beContinue reading “Native Texan Flowering plants”

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