Friday, September 17, 2010

Plant List is Here

The plant list is here! These are the plants that American Youth Works will be planting at the end of the month along the upper portion of the greenbelt. All natives, all great for wildlife and humans!

Large-growing Trees

Mexican Sycamore
Cedar Elm
Live Oak
Chinquapin Oak
Bur Oak
Bald Cypress
Carolina Buckthorn

Small-growing Trees

Possumhaw Holly
Yaupon Holly
Hop Tree
Mexican Plum
Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum
Texas Persimon
Texas Mountain Laurel

Shrubbier Stuff

American Beautyberry
Fragrant Mimosa
Flameleaf Sumac
Fragrant Sumac
Spineless Prickly Pear
Chile Petin


Texas Gold Columbine
Fall Obedient Plant
Frog Fruit
Texas Lantana
Gregg's Mist Flower
Turks Cap
Orange Zexmenia

Grass and Grass-like plants

Gulf Coast Muhly
Webberville Sedge
Lindheimer's Nolina

Seeds from Native American Seed

7 lbs Midway Mix
1 lb Shade friendly Grass
1 lb Prairie Starter Mix
2 lb Butterfly Retreat
2 lb Hummers and Singers
5 lb Shade Friendly Wildflower Mix
Upland Switchgrass
Texas Wintergrass

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