Have a question about a specific plant at home, or want to learn more about one of the plants you see here? Visit
https://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/ and use the “custom search” feature to find more information.
We currently have two dozen trees in the Tree Park that are busy growing into a rich canopy to create a relaxing, shaded plot. Looking to identify a particular species in the Tree Park? Below is a list of all the trees we are growing, as donated by Landmark Nurseries.
*Deciduous – The tree sheds its leaves each year.
**Evergreen – The tree keeps green leaves all year.
Rain gardens turn rain collection methods and drought preparation into a sensible and eye-catching creation. If you want to learn how to design a rain garden, visit https://rainwaterharvesting.tamu.edu/raingardens/ on the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension page.
Below are some of the plants most often used in rain gardens
Texas Superstar® flowers, plants, and trees are those that have been certified as the toughest, most reliable, and most beautiful plants to grow in Texas. Below, you will find a basic list of some Texas Superstar® plants. For a full list, visit texassuperstar.com.
Here is a list of the perennial Texas Superstar® plants in our garden.