Plant Inventory

This is a list of plants found in our garden. It's definitely not 100% exhaustive, but I'm going to try to keep track of them all, adding and subtracting as they come and go. I'll also update the list with Latin names and links as appropriate.


Blackland Prairie Native


Texas persimmon
Cedar Elm
Pecan
Live Oak
Mexican plum
Mexican buckeye
Retama
Yaupon
Redbud
Hackberry
Texas lantana
Coralberry
Beautyberry
Agarita
Purple prairie clover
Firewheel
Horse herb
Engelmann’s (cutleaf) daisy
Pale-leaf yucca
Prickly pear (2 varieties)
American germander
Gayfeather
Tall goldenrod
Giant coneflower
Eastern columbine
Standing cypress
Turk’s cap
Spiderwort
Datura
Frogfruit
Bedstraw, Galium aparine
Coral honeysuckle
Crossvine
Virginia creeper
Little bluestem
Blue grama
Inland sea oats
Side-oats grama
Purple coneflower
Chile petin
Lindheimer’s muhly
Cut-rice grass (Leersia monandra)
Texas blue grass
Anacua
American elm

Central Texas Native


Texas mountain laurel
Lacey Oak
Kidneywood
Shrubby boneset (white mistflower)
Gregg’s salvia
Rock rose
Gregg’s misflower
Flame acanthus
Hill country penstemon
Red yucca
Twist-leaf yucca
Fall aster
Heart-leaf skullcap
Nolina (Texas)
Wild petunia, Ruellia nudiflora
Blue-eyed grass
Four-nerve daisy
Zexmenia
Cenizo
Sedge (Carex retroflexa)

American Native

Wax myrtle 
Barbados cherry
Gulf penstemon
Esperanza (yellow bells)
Mexican feathergrass
Arizona ash
Century plant (agave)
Bamboo muhly
Softleaf yucca

Non-native

Xylosma
Loquat
Bay laurel
Pommegranate
Golden lantana
Lemon verbena
Mexican oregano
Jeruselum sage
Marjoram
Lavender
Rosemary
Culinary sage
Golden thyrallis
Greek oregano
Indigo Spires Sage
Squid agave
Tropical milkweed
Henbit, Lamium amplexicaule
Clumping bamboo

3 comments:

Christy said...

Great blog. Just sent the link to my daughter in Austin. Her yard is a dead mess.

Hannah Bennett said...

What a great idea to keep track of your plants! Your photos are beautiful as well.

Livsnyderhaven.dk said...

How prof. ! I like the list.