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SEEDED PATCH

These are a variety of herbaceous wild flowering Texas native plants not including grasses, sedges, rushes, trees, and shrubs.

SURFACE DYNAMICS

  • seeded patches are usually a passive surface (rare to occasional human programmed usage).  They are best for viewing + habitat purposes, but usually too delicate for regular interactive use.

WILDFLOWER PATCHES

  • Cultivation season: October – November

  • Ecological condition: desert bajada (link to /research/urban-ecology/desert-bajada/ target=top), sunny edge (link to /research/urban-ecology/sunny-edge/ target=top), shady woodland (link to /research/urban-ecology/shady-woodland/ target=top), escarpment (link to /research/urban-ecology/escarpment/ target=top), creekside (link to /research/urban-ecology/creekside/ target=top), prairie pocket (link to /research/urban-ecology/prairie-pocket/ target=top)

  • Collections: Edwards Plateau, Blackland Prairie, Shade, Wetland, Pollinator + Deer Resistant

NATIVE GRASS PATCHES

  • Cultivation season: April – May

  • Ecological condition: desert bajada (link to /research/urban-ecology/desert-bajada/ target=top), sunny edge (link to /research/urban-ecology/sunny-edge/ target=top), shady woodland (link to /research/urban-ecology/shady-woodland/ target=top), escarpment (link to /research/urban-ecology/escarpment/ target=top), creekside (link to /research/urban-ecology/creekside/ target=top), prairie pocket (link to /research/urban-ecology/prairie-pocket/ target=top)

  • Collections: coming soon

DESIGN SUPPORT

From the piney woods to the high desert Texas offers plenty of variety in its deverse terrain. It has nine major ecoregions and weather ranging from flood to drought, and the result is 5,000 species of flowering plants that are native to the region.

REGIONAL SOURCE

Wildflower map coming soon… 

PORTFOLIO RESULTS

Projects that significantly feature seeded patch surface(s):