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p1050535-copy-new.jpg (3648×2736)  Firecracker Fern (Plant),  Russelia equisetiformis.

p1050535-copy-new.jpg (3648×2736) Firecracker Fern (Plant), Russelia equisetiformis.

California native plants. California wild rose, California poppy, California sagebrush silhouettes, lupine, and fremontia. By Kirsten Holliday.

California native plants. California wild rose, California poppy, California sagebrush silhouettes, lupine, and fremontia. By Kirsten Holliday.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at Austin Roughlip fern Grows in Texas in Nov.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at Austin Roughlip fern Grows in Texas in Nov.

Texas Wildflower Identification Index : Texas Wildflower Pictures and Identification by Gary Regner Photography

Texas Wildflower Identification Index : Texas Wildflower Pictures and Identification by Gary Regner Photography

p1050949_cropped_2539x3239-new.jpg (2539×3239)  Firecracker Fern (Plant),  Russelia equisetiformis.

p1050949_cropped_2539x3239-new.jpg (2539×3239) Firecracker Fern (Plant), Russelia equisetiformis.

p1050925-new.jpg (2736×3648)  Firecracker Fern (Plant),  Russelia equisetiformis.

p1050925-new.jpg (2736×3648) Firecracker Fern (Plant), Russelia equisetiformis.

p1050946-new.jpg (2736×3648)  Firecracker Fern (Plant),  Russelia equisetiformis.

p1050946-new.jpg (2736×3648) Firecracker Fern (Plant), Russelia equisetiformis.

p1050951-new.jpg (2736×3648)  Firecracker Fern (Plant),  Russelia equisetiformis.

p1050951-new.jpg (2736×3648) Firecracker Fern (Plant), Russelia equisetiformis.

White Yarrow: A Texas native perennial. Lacey, fern like leaves emerge in early spring and form dense clumps of growth. Compact cluters of earl to mid -spring flowers set atop green branching growth which may reach up to 3 ft. tall. Benifites from deadheading after flowering. May go dormant in late summer heat. Likes dry soil and full sun but tolerates some shade. Zone 3-9.

White Yarrow: A Texas native perennial. Lacey, fern like leaves emerge in early spring and form dense clumps of growth. Compact cluters of earl to mid -spring flowers set atop green branching growth which may reach up to 3 ft. tall. Benifites from deadheading after flowering. May go dormant in late summer heat. Likes dry soil and full sun but tolerates some shade. Zone 3-9.

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