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Jun 6, 2010 1:33 PM CST
Name: Christine
Northeast Texas, Zone 7b
Many natives and wildflowers are very attractive and can be added to your garden. They will also attract many beneficial insects ~ bringing harmony and balance ~ and pollinators to keep your flowers and edible garden producing!

If you have some natives and/or wildflowers that you like in your garden, please add them here!! I look forward to seeing them!

There is no special order that I am using to list them. Just like my garden, the wildflowers don't show up in alphabetical order!

Some of them, like this Black-Eyed-Susan, will survive without much care at all, in fact they will thrive in a sunny position without watering, making them perfect for your xeriscape landscape garden.
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