Texas Plant Information Database

The Texas Plant Information Database was developed to allow the retrieval of extensive plant information in response to user- specified resource management applications and needs associated with landscape design, plant community restoration and enhancement, development of wildlife habitat, and erosion control.

The database contains plant attribute description data for over 330 native and naturalized plants. The database is structured to allow the user the opportunity to query and select best-suited plant species based on specific site characteristics and management objectives, which could vary from individual yard plantings to the restoration or enhancement of plant communities on large acreage tracts.