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Adam's Needle (Yucca filamentosa)

Adam's Needle is a common plant found in most of the lower 48 states and Mexico. The flower stalks can grow to over 10 feet tall. Normally blooms in mid to late spring.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=YUFI
Name=Adam's Needle|Primary=17|Secondary=|Tertiary=|Petals=4

American Beautyberry (Callicarpa americana)

The American Beutyberry or French Mulberry can be found throughout the lower 48 states and parts of Canada. The plant blooms in early June, with small white flowers. In late fall the berries begin to ripen with dark pink or violet berries.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=CAAM2
Name=American Beautyberry|Primary=17|Secondary=13|Tertiary=1|Petals=4

Antelope-horns (Asclepias asperula)

Antelope-horns, pider Milkweed or Green-flowered Milkweed are part of the milkweed family. The plant flowers in early spring. Milkweed pods begin to form by late spring to early summer. Pods can be green or a pink color. Like all milkweed plants, parts of the plan can be eaten before flowering.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=ASAS
Name=Antelope-horns|Primary=17|Secondary=2|Tertiary=3|Petals=5

Baby Blue Eyes (Nemophila menziesii)

The baby blue eyes is a very common flower found throughout the continental US states and parts of Canada and Mexico. The seeds of this flower are often found in commercial flower mixtures. Typically the flower can be found in early spring.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=NEME
Name=Baby Blue Eyes|Primary=5|Secondary=6|Tertiary=15|Petals=5

Basket-flower (Centaurea americana)

The American Basket-flower can be found throughout North America. The flower blooms in mid to late spring. The plant is typically 1-2 feet tall, however it can grow upwards of four feet tall. The flower is typically violet, purple or deep pink in color with a cream or white center. The flower got its name from the weave pattern at the base of the flower. Flowers are large between 2-5 inches in diameter.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=ceam2
Name=Basket-flower|Primary=7|Secondary=17|Tertiary=18|Petals=10

Blanketflower (Gaillardia aristata)

The blankflower is a very common and can be found throughout the US and Canada. The plant can grow up to four feet tall. The yellow flowers have jagged tips and a soft brown middle. The flower is also known as a Brown-eyed Susam.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=GAAR
Name=Blanketflower|Primary=|Secondary=15|Tertiary=9|Petals=10

Blue Curls (Phacelia congesta)

Blue Curls or caterpillars are small, very pretty flowers that grow in clumps or 10-30 flower. The flower generally appear in mid to late spring. If conditions produce plenty of rain, the plants can flower late into the summer months. The plants can grow from 1-4 feet tall. In Texas, plants are generally found in partial shaded area. Blue Curls can be found in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=phco2
Name=Blue Curls|Primary=5|Secondary=6|Tertiary=17|Petals=5

Blue-eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium angustifolium)

Blue-eyed Grass or Narrowleaf Blue-eyed Grass generally blooms in early to mid spring. This flower grass can be found in all lower 48 states, Canada and Norther Mexico.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=SIAN3
Name=Blue-eyed Grass|Primary=5|Secondary=6|Tertiary=1|Petals=6

Brown-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta)

Brown-eyed Susan are generally found in Texas in mid spring. The flowers are short lived and are usually only seen for a few weeks in the spring. The flowers can be found in Canada and the lower 48 US states and into Northern Mexico. Plants can grow one to two feet tall. The roots are used by Native Americans as a medicine.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=ruhi2
Name=Brown-eyed Susan|Primary=1|Secondary=15|Tertiary=9|Petals=10

Buffalo Bur (Solanum rostratum)

The Buffalo Bur flowers in mid to late string. The flowering plant can be found the lower 48 states and parts of Canada. This plant is quite poisonous and should not be consumed.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=SORO
Name=Buffalo Bur|Primary=1|Secondary=17|Tertiary=|Petals=1

Buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis)

The Buttonbush seen here was taken at Bull Creek Park in Austin Texas. The flowering bush is found in all lower 48 states and parts of Canada.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=CEOC2
Name=Buttonbush|Primary=16|Secondary=1|Tertiary=12|Petals=10

Catchfly (Eustoma exaltatum)

Believed to be part of the Bluebell family. Unsure if this is the correct classification or name of the flower shown.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=EUEXE2
Name=Catchfly|Primary=18|Secondary=6|Tertiary=1|Petals=5

Catclaw April/Mimosa Sensitive Briar (Mimosa microphylla)

Generally grow on runners that are one to three feet long. Flowers can range from a pale to dark pink. The leaves of the plant are sensitive and will curl up when touched. Plants produce a shape barb (catclaw) that are painful when stepped on. Catclaw can be found throughout the central US, central Canada and into Northern Mexico.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=MIMI22
Name=Catclaw April/Mimosa Sensitive Briar|Primary=13|Secondary=8|Tertiary=1|Petals=10

Cedar Sage (Salvia roemeriana)

Cedar Sage is in the mint family. The red flowers can be eaten. The plant can be found from central and west Texas south and in parts of Mexico. The pant grows one to two feet tall.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=SARO3
Name=Cedar Sage|Primary=9|Secondary=10|Tertiary=|Petals=1

Clasping Coneflowers (Dracopis amplexicaulis)

This flowering plant is in the same family as the Mexican Hat and Brown-eyed Susan. Blooms in mid to late Spring. May bloon throughout the summer in Texas if rain is plentiful.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=DRAM
Name=Clasping Coneflowers|Primary=1|Secondary=15|Tertiary=16|Petals=10

Crownbeard (Verbesina occidentalis)

The Crownbeard grows most of the spring and summer, in shaded areas that have plenty of water. The flowering plant can be found in all lower 48 states and Canada.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=VEOC
Name=Crownbeard|Primary=1|Secondary=|Tertiary=|Petals=10

Dayflower (Commelina erecta)

Dayflowers have soft blue petals and belong to the spiderwort family. These plants are considered a herb and are edible. The plants grow between one and three feet tall. The plants can be found in the lower 49 US states, Canada, Mexica, Puero Rico, and the Virgin Islands. In Texas the plant generally flowers in the spring. The flowers are often confused with the False Dayflower.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=COER
Name=Dayflower|Primary=6|Secondary=5|Tertiary=1|Petals=2

Diamondflowers (Stenaria nigricans var. nigricans)

Diamondflowers, Narrowleaf Bluets or Baby's Breath generally bloom mid to late spring. The flowering plant is found in all lower 48 states, Southern Canada and parts of Nortern Mexico. The plant grows 2-8 inches tall.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=STNIN
Name=Diamondflowers|Primary=13|Secondary=17|Tertiary=|Petals=4

Drummond's Gaura (Oenothera xerogaura)

Drummond's Gaura or Drummond's beeblossum are small, pale blue flowers that grow on a stock one-four inches tall. The plants can be found in Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas. The flowers were introduced to California. The plant is considered a herb and can be eaten.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=OEXE
Name=Drummond's Gaura|Primary=17|Secondary=14|Tertiary=9|Petals=4

Drummond's Onion (Allium drummondii)

Drummond's Onion or Wild Garlic is a very commond plant found in all lower 48 States and northern Mexico. Plants flower early spring and like dry conditions. Plants are edible and used by Native American as food and flavoring dishes.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=ALDR
Name=Drummond's Onion|Primary=13|Secondary=8|Tertiary=17|Petals=6

Drummond's Wild Petunia (Ruellia drummondiana)

Drummond's Wild Petunias generally flowering in mid to late spring. The flowering plants can be found in all lower 48 states and parts of Northern Mexico. In Texas you can gernerally find these flowers in well shaded areas and tall grass.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=RUDR
Name=Drummond's Wild Petunia|Primary=5|Secondary=6|Tertiary=7|Petals=5

Engelmann's Daisy (Engelmannia peristenia)

The Engelmann's Daisy starts blooming in early spring and blooms throughout the summer months. The flowering plant is native to all lower 48 States. It is unknown if the plant can be found in Canada and Mexico.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=ENPE4
Name=Engelmann's Daisy|Primary=1|Secondary=|Tertiary=|Petals=10

False Dayflower (Tinantia anomala)

False Dayflowers are often confused with Dayflowers. Both the False Dayflower and the Dayflower belong to the Spiderwort family. The plant is considered a herb and can be eaten. The plant grows one to four feet tall. The flowers can be white, blue and purple. The plants can be found in Canada and the lower 48 US States.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=TIAN
Name=False Dayflower|Primary=6|Secondary=15|Tertiary=1|Petals=2

Frogfruit (Phyla lanceolata)

FrogFruit generally starts blooming in late spring or early summer in Texas. The plants grow 2-8 inches tall. The plant is in the herb family, however I don't know if it can be eaten. The plan can be found in most of the lower 48 states and parts of Northwestern Canada.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=PHLA3
Name=Frogfruit|Primary=17|Secondary=18|Tertiary=|Petals=10

Golden-Wave (Coreopsis tinctoria)

The Golden-wave or Golden Tickseed generally starts blooming in early to mid spring. The plant grows in all lower 48 states and parts of Canada. The plant grows 4-10 inches tall.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=COTI3
Name=Golden-Wave|Primary=1|Secondary=9|Tertiary=15|Petals=8

Goldeneye Phlox (Phlox roemeriana)

The Goldeneye or Golden-eye Phlox is a common springtime flower found in most of the US lower 48 states and northern Mexico. The plant can grow upto six incheds tall and has five petals with a yellow (golden) center.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=phro3
Name=Goldeneye Phlox|Primary=8|Secondary=17|Tertiary=1|Petals=5

Granite Spiderwort (Tradescantia pedicellata)

The Granite Spiderwork or Edwards Plateau Spiderwort can be found in all lower 48 US States. The plant is classified as a herb. The flower color can range from light blue to dark purple. The plant can grow up to 12 inches. Flowers normally bloom in early to mid spring.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=TRPE9
Name=Granite Spiderwort|Primary=5|Secondary=6|Tertiary=1|Petals=3

Halberdleaf Rosemallow (Hibiscus laevis)

The Halberdleaf Rosemallow is common to most of the lower 48 states and parts of Canada. The plant is a member of the the Hibiscus family. The plant can grow up to six feet tall and generally blooms throughout the spring, summer and fall as long as there is plenty of water.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=HILA2
Name=Halberdleaf Rosemallow|Primary=17|Secondary=18|Tertiary=1|Petals=5

Heartleaf Foamflower (Tiarella cordifolia L. var. cordifolia)

The Heartleaf or Mountain Foamflower is common to the lower 48 states, Canada and Mexico. The plant can grow up to four feet tall.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=TICOC2
Name=Heartleaf Foamflower|Primary=17|Secondary=1|Tertiary=|Petals=6

Heartleaf Peppervine (Ampelopsis cordata)

The Heartleaf Peppervine grows on vines and is in the grape family. The fruit will turn black when ripe. The fruit is sweet and can be eaten, however, the berries contain calcium oxalate which could may give you through a strange feeling.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=AMCO2
https://www.survival-manual.com/edible-plants/peppervine.phphttps://www.survival-manual.com/edible-plants/peppervine.php
Name=Heartleaf Peppervine|Primary=13|Secondary=8|Tertiary=16|Petals=0

Indian Blankets (Gaillardia pulchella)

Indian Blankets, Firewheel or Mexican Blankets are a commonly found flower in spring in the the lower 48 US States, Hawai'i, Canada, and Mexico. The plant is classified as a herd.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=GAPU
Name=Indian Blankets|Primary=9|Secondary=1|Tertiary=15|Petals=10

Japanese Honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica)

Japanese Honeysuckles are an invasive plant that is found in most of the lower 48 US states, Mexico, and much of South America. This plant should be destroyed if found. I found this growing in the Bull Creek City Park. At the time I didn't know it was invasive.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonicera_japonica
Name=Japanese Honeysuckle|Primary=17|Secondary=|Tertiary=|Petals=1

Large Buttercup (Ranunculus macranthus)

These are a very common flower found in early to mid-spring in warmer states and throughout most of the spring and summer in colder states. The Large Buttercup can be found in the lower 48 US states, Canada and Mexico. The plant can grow up to three feet tall. Although the plant is listed as a Herb, most parts of the plant are poisonous and should not be eaten.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=RAMA3
Name=Large Buttercup|Primary=1|Secondary=|Tertiary=|Petals=10

Lemon Beebalm (Monarda citriodora)

Lemon Beebalm, Horse Mint, emon Mint, Plains Horsemint, Lemon Horsemint, Horsemint, or Purple Lemon Mint is part of the mint family. The flower generally blooms in mid spring and can be found the lower 48 states and Northern Mexico. The leaves can be eaten and are used in salads and to season cooked foods.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=MOCI
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Name=Lemon Beebalm|Primary=5|Secondary=6|Tertiary=4|Petals=1

Mealy Sage (Salvia farinacea)

Mealy Sage usually appears in early to mid-spring. The pant will grow throughout the summer in cooler, northern states. The flowers are small, generally smaller than a dime. The plants grow three to eight inches in height and will have multiple flowers on one stock. The plant is in the mint family.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=SAFA2
Name=Mealy Sage|Primary=18|Secondary=7|Tertiary=17|Petals=1

Mexican Hat (Ratibida columnifera)

Mexican Hats generally start blooming in mid-spring. The flowers belong to the same family as the sunflower. The plants can grow to two feet tall. The flowers can be yellow, orange, blown or a combination in color. If there is plenty of rain, the plants can flower throughout the summer.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=RACO3
Name=Mexican Hat|Primary=15|Secondary=1|Tertiary=9|Petals=10

Naked Mexican Hat (Ratibida peduncularis)

The Naked Mexican Hat or Prairie Coneflower blooms mid to late spring. The Plant gowns from five to 18 inches in height. The lowers are generally completely yellow with no brown or red pigment in the petals.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=RAPE3
Name=Naked Mexican Hat|Primary=1|Secondary=2|Tertiary=3|Petals=8

Narrowleaf Onion (Allium amplectens)

The Narrowleaf Onion blooms in early spring and is found throughout the lower 48 states and Canada. Unsure if the is flower is accurately identified.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=ALAM2
Name=Narrowleaf Onion|Primary=|Secondary=1|Tertiary=7|Petals=6

Nodding Beardtongue (Penstemon laxiflorus)

This plant generally flowers in early to mid-spring. The plant grows to one to two feet tall. The plant is found in all lower 48 states.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=PELA10
Name=Nodding Beardtongue|Primary=17|Secondary=13|Tertiary=1|Petals=1

Plateau Milkvine (Matelea edwardsensis Correll)

The Plateau Milkvine is a member of the milkweed family. The plant flowers in late April and early May. The plant can grow longer than six feet. This picture was taking at McKinney's Falls Park in Austin, TX.

https://www.wildflower.org/gallery/species.php?id_plant=MAED
Name=Plateau Milkvine|Primary=3|Secondary=|Tertiary=|Petals=5

Prairie Celestials (Nemastylis geminiflora)

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=NEGE
Name=Prairie Celestials|Primary=14|Secondary=5|Tertiary=6|Petals=6

Prairie Flameflower (Phemeranthus parviflorus)

The Prairie Flameflowers, Sunbright, or Dwarf Flameflower is common is to states: AL, AR, AZ, CO, IA, IL, KS, LA, MN , MO, ND, NE, NM, OK, SD, TX, UT, and WY. The plant flowers throughout most of the late spring and summer months.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=PHPA29
Name=Prairie Flameflower|Primary=13|Secondary=1|Tertiary=|Petals=5

Prairie Larkspur (Delphinium carolinianum)

The Prairie Larkspur is a member of the buttercup family. The plant blooms in early to mid-spring. The plant can be found in the lower 48 states and Canada. The flowers can be light blue, blue and white. See pictures of the Blue Larkspurs shown on this page.

Delphinium carolinianum
Name=Prairie Larkspur|Primary=|Secondary=|Tertiary=|Petals=

Prickly Pear Cactus (Opuntia)

Prickly pear cactus can have yellow, red or purple flowers. It is not uncommon for flowers to be yellow with a red center. The main plant can vary in height from less than a foot to six or more feet.

https://www.desertusa.com/cactus/prickly-pear-cactus.html#ixzz6LCfoEPdR
Name=Prickly Pear Cactus|Primary=1|Secondary=9|Tertiary=18|Petals=10

Purple Leatherflower (Clematis pitcheri)

The Purple Leatherflower, Purple Clematis, Leatherflower, Bluebill, Bellflower Clematis, or Pitcher's Clematis blooms throughout the summer. The flowering plant is a vine plan and can be found in all lower 48 states and parts of Canada.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=CLPI
Name=Purple Leatherflower|Primary=18|Secondary=7|Tertiary=6|Petals=1

Rose Mallow (Pavonia lasiopetala)

The Rose Mallow, Rock Rose, Rose Pavonia, or Pavonia is common to most of the lower 48 states. The plant blooms in from late spring to late fall. The plant can grow up to 4 feet tall. The plant is native to Texas and is generally found in the Edward's Plateau to the Rio Grande plains.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=PALA13
Name=Rose Mallow|Primary=13|Secondary=9|Tertiary=1|Petals=5

Scarlet Leatherflower (Clematis texensis)

The Scarlet Leatherflower or Texas Clematis can be found in most of the lower 48 states. This vine plant blooms in early may and throughout the summer. The plant can grow up to 9 feet climbing trees and shubs. The plant is native to the Edward's Plateau area of Texas and has been introduced to most states as a flowering gardent plant.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=CLTE2
Name=Scarlet Leatherflower|Primary=9|Secondary=8|Tertiary=13|Petals=1

Snapdragon Vine (Maurandella antirrhiniflora)

Snapdragon Vine usually begin to bloom in early spring, throughout the summer and into the fall. The vines grow between 3-10 feet in lenght. Alghought the plant is named as a snapdragon, the plant is not a true snapdrapg. Flowering plants require a great deal of water and are usually found in the wild by a good water source.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=MAAN9
Name=Snapdragon Vine|Primary=13|Secondary=17|Tertiary=8|Petals=2

Square-bud Primrose (Calylophus berlandieri)

The Square-bud Primrose or also known as the Evening Primrose gnerally blooms throughout the spring and summer months. The plants are native to southwestern states and Mexico.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=CABE6
Name=Square-bud Primrose|Primary=1|Secondary=|Tertiary=|Petals=4

Texas Bindweed (Convolvulus equitans)

Texas Bindweed, Bindweed

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=COEQ
Name=Texas Bindweed|Primary=17|Secondary=13|Tertiary=1|Petals=1

Texas Indian Paintbrush (Castilleja indivisa)

The Texas Indian Paintbrush is usually blooms in early spring. The plant grows four to eight inches tall. The plant is listed as a Herb. Texas Indian Paintbrushes can be found in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. The plant grows until its roots touch another plants roots. They tend to be short-lived, but extremely beautiful when in bloom.

https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=CAIN13
Name=Texas Indian Paintbrush|Primary=9|Secondary=15|Tertiary=1|Petals=10