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Fruit Trees

I saw this link on the FB Permaculture page. It looks as if there is a great deal of information on it.

 

Gardens of the Ancients (Wholesale and Retail)

Gardens of the Ancients is an Herb Emporium and Nursery located in northeast Austin, only 15 miles from downtown. We are just outside the hustle and bustle of the city. Come and enjoy our working herb and vegetable gardens, large selection of dried herbs, live herb plants, fine handmade products, and most importantly, helpful service. Our prices are reasonable and we also provide wholesale pricing for other businesses.

Phone: 
512-272-8288

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4800 Yager Ln
Manor, TX 78653
United States

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Native Texas Nursery (Wholesale)

Phone: 
(512) 276-9801

16019 Milo Rd
Austin, TX 78725
 

Native Texas Nursery has been providing high quality perennials, shrubs, and trees to landscapers and nurseries for over 22 years. 

We grow native plants and trees with a few non-natives that are well adapted to the Central Texas region.  Browse our catalog for more information on the species that we grow.

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Far South Wholesale Nursery

Phone: 
(512) 291-4648

1141 Penion Dr
Austin, TX 78748

Propagating Whatever We Want Since 2000

  ...including drought tolerant perennials, trees, shrubs, grasses, succulents and bamboo, specializing in varieties that thrive in Central Texas. We provide wholesale plants to the best landscapers and nurseries around Austin and Central Texas. Resellers are welcome to visit our sales yard during business hours, and deliveries are available for larger orders.

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Bastrop Gardens

Phone: 
512-303-5672

Deena Spellman
316 Old 71
Cedar Creek, TX 78612-9801

Business phone: 512-303-5672
Business e-mail: ladybutterfly@bastropgardens.com
Home phone: 512-303-5672
30-FLORA (512-303-5672 - an Austin, TX metro number) 

1/2-mile off Highway 71, 10 miles from Bastrop

Summer hours are 9 a.m.to 6 p.m. Mon. – Sat., unless it hits 100 degrees.  Then we close at 5 p.m.

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Native Plant Society of Texas

The purpose of the Native Plant Society of Texas is to promote research, conservation and utilization of native plants and plant habitats of Texas through education, outreach and example.

The Native Plant Society of Texas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, funded by membership dues, individual and corporate contributions, and foundation grants. The Society is run by volunteers, working primarily through over 30 local chapters around the state.

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Texas Tree Planting Guide (TAMU Database)

Illustrated Botanical Database

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Texas Native Trees (TAMU Database)

Botanical Database

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Texas Native Shrubs (TAMU Database)

Botanical Database

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