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Devil’s Bouquet

A low, sprawling annual that blooms throughout the warm season. The gray-green, fleshy foliage is sticky to the touch with a mottled appearance. The bright red flowers make it a standout in dry [...]

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Lindheimer Daisy

Sun or partial shade. A reseeding wildflower. Appearing in winter as a distinct lettuce-like rosette of fuzzy, deeply lobed leaves, Lindheimer’s daisy begins growing swiftly in February. [...]

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Widow’s Tears

Winter annual that grows well in shady areas. Grass like sprouts emerge in late October or November that develop into surprisingly dense clumps. In the spring stems adorned with lavender flowers [...]

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Blue Curls

Plant in well-drained soil with partial sun and prevent extended exposure to afternoon sun.\n\nCaterpillars or blue curls is a leafy annual or biennial which grows 1-3 ft. tall. Its purple to [...]

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Brown-eyed Susan

Sun or partial shade, with well-drained soil. Blooming from late spring to summer, this cheerful, widespread wildflower is considered an annual to a short-lived perennial across its range. Showy [...]

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Monarda

Sun. A tough, coarse annual wildflower with minty gray-green leaves. Common in fields and along Texas roadsides, its pink pom-poms are a standout in early summer when other wildflowers are going [...]

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Wild Vervain

Prefers sunny spots with well-drained soil. Flowers are very tiny and this plant is easily overlooked if growing with other wildflowers. Tread lightly. Can be transplanted and grown in a [...]

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Annual Phlox

Sun or partial shade. Sow seeds in late summer or fall. Phlox is a much-branched, sticky-glandular plant with bright red, pink, or white flowers in tight clusters at the ends of stems.\n\nAnnual [...]

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Huisache Daisy

Sow seeds in mid-summer in caliche or sandy soils with part sun. Huisache daisy is so called because it often grows in thick stands under huisache and other chaparral bushes, forming a solid [...]

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