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Prairie Acacia
Acacia angustissima

Prairie wattle or fern acacia is a 1-4 ft., rounded sub-shrub with feathery, deciduous foliage and w… read more

Mescat Wattle
Acacia constricta

A 9-15 ft., multi-trunked tree with small, yellow-orange balls of fragrant flowers and finely segmen… read more

Blackbrush Acacia
Acacia rigidula

Chaparro-prieto or blackbrush grows 5-15 ft. Prolific spikes of pale yellow, fragrant flowers are bo… read more

Mimosa
Albizia julibrissin

Albizia julibrissin is native to southwestern and eastern Asia, from Persia east to China and Korea.… read more

Camel-thorn
Alhagi maurorum

Introduced. A much-branched, thorny shrub with grayish-green stems and leaves; considered an invasiv… read more

Texasplume
Bauhinia lunarioides

Texasplume or Orchid Tree is a 6-12 ft., single- or multi-trunked shrub or small tree with small, li… read more

Eastern Redbud
Cercis canadensis

A large shrub or small tree native to eastern North America from Southern Ontario south to northern … read more

Texas Redbud
Cercis canadensis var. texensis

This redbud variety is a large shrub or small tree, 10-20 ft. in height. Its clusters of magenta fl… read more

Scotch Broom
Cytisus scoparius

Cytisus scoparius, the Common Broom and Scotch Broom, syn. Sarothamnus scoparius, is a perennial leg… read more

Black Prairie Clover
Dalea frutescens

Black Prairie Clover or Black Dalea is a 1-3 ft., rounded or often spreading, thornless shrub. Deli… read more

Gregg's Prairie Clover
Dalea greggii

Gregg's Prairie Clover or Indigo Bush is a 4-9 in., trailing sub-shrub, spreading 2-4 ft. Grown mos… read more

Texas Kidneywood
Eysenhardtia texana

Texas kidneywood is an unarmed, much-branched shrub, 3-10 ft. tall, with an open, airy structure. I… read more

Common Honey Locust
Gleditsia triacanthos

The Honey locust, Gleditsia triacanthos, is a deciduous tree native to eastern North America. It is … read more

Kentucky Coffeetree
Gymnocladus dioicus

When crowded by other trees, this species grows tall and slender. If more open-grown, it becomes a … read more

Bicolor Lespedeza
Lespedeza bicolor

Introduced. A large, open, flowering shrub from Japan that has become an invasive weed in eastern No… read more

Chinese Bush-clover
Lespedeza cuneata

Introduced. A semi-woody, leafy-stemmed perennial introduced from Asia that invades native habitats … read more

Littleleaf Leucaena
Leucaena retusa

Little-leaf leadtree or goldenball leadtree is a small, multi-trunked tree or large shrub,12-15 ft. … read more

Fragrant Mimosa
Mimosa borealis

The long, slender, intricately-branched stems of this 2-6 ft. deciduous shrub are curving or straigh… read more

Velvet-pod Mimosa
Mimosa dysocarpa

Velvet-pod Mimosa is a deciduous shrub with markedly hairy leaves, twigs and pods. Usually 2 ft. ta… read more

Bristly Locust
Robinia hispida

Robinia hispida, known as the Bristly Locust, Rose acacia, or Rose locust, is a shrub or small tree … read more

Black Locust
Robinia pseudoacacia

Robinia pseudoacacia, commonly known as the Black Locust or False Acacia, is native to the southeast… read more

Clammy Locust
Robinia viscosa

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Texas Sophora
Sophora affinis

Eve's necklacepod, a 15-30 ft., spineless shrub or tree, bears light-green, graceful leaflets and fr… read more

Mescalbean
Sophora secundiflora

Mescal bean or mountain laurel is an evergreen, usually multi-trunked shrub ranging from just a few … read more

Spanish Broom
Spartium junceum

Introduced. A nearly leafless, yellow-flowering shrub introduced from Europe and now a troublesome w… read more

Swainsonpea
Sphaerophysa salsula

Introduced. An upright-growing plant bearing red flowers on tall, feathery-looking stems.
Height:… read more

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