Statewide Resources

Use our great tools to participate in Native Plant Week. The following links will help you find what to plant, how to plant, how to prune and where to find great native plants to add to your landscape.

Special NEW Resource: The Drought Resource Center – Learn ways to combat the drought at your home.

WHERE TO BUY NATIVE PLANTS & WHAT TO PLANT

UNDERSTANDING INVASIVES

Download a brochure on the Dangers of Invasive Species[pdf] from Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.

Search the Texas Invasives Database to find out if a plant in your area is an aggressive, non-native tree that competes with native plants for resources.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

To see questions that Mr. Smarty Plants at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center has answered from your area, visit Ask Mr. Smarty Plants  and select a topic, enter your city or zip code, or use any other search criteria. You can also click on the second link below the Search Smarty Plants box to submit your own native plant question online. Also, see: How-to Article on Pruning a Tree

ALL ABOUT TREES


GO OUTSIDE!

National Wildlife Federation’s Get Outside Program (with information on making a difference at home, in your backyard, at school, on campus and in your area).