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Earth–Kind® Plant Selector

Select your general region on the map or use the region list. You can also find your region by searching via zip code. The next page will allow you to search for plants by specific characteristics, or view all plants for the particular region.

The Earth–Kind® Plant Selector DOES NOT provide information concerning the potential invasiveness of landscape plants, though plants with a high Earth–Kind® index value will generally be more "aggressive" in their growth habit than plants with a lower value. See About Invasiveness for more information.

Regions

Click for region-specific search Region A - comprising of the counties in the Panhandle and High Plains, bounded roughly by the border with New Mexico to the West, the Oklahoma border in the North and North East, the Hill Country, Central and North Texas (regions B and F) in the East, and the Pecos River in the South Region B - comprising of the counties of North and Central Texas, bounded roughly by the Panhandle and West Texas (region A) in the West, the Red River in the North, East Texas (region C) in the East, and the Brazos Valley (situated in regions B, F, and G) in the South Region C - comprising of the counties of Northeast and East Texas, bounded roughly by Central Texas (region B) in the West, the Red River in the North, the Sabine River in the East, and South East Texas (region G) in the South Region D - comprising of the counties of West Texas, bounded roughly by the Pecos river in the East, the border with New Mexico in the North, and the Rio Grande river in the South and West Region E - comprising of the counties in the Upper Rio Grande, bounded roughly by the Pecos river in the West, the High Plains and Hill Country (regions A and F) in the North, the Hill Country and the Central Coast (region F) in the East, and the Rio Grande Valley (region H) in the South Region F - comprising of the counties in the Hill Country and Central Coast, bounded roughly by the High Plains (region A) in the West, Central Texas (region B) in the North, South East Texas (region G) in the East, and the Lower Rio Grande Valley (region H) and the Gulf of Mexico in the South Region G - comprising of counties in Southeast Texas, bounded roughly by East Texas (region C) in the North, the Central Coast (region F) to the West, the Sabine River in the East, and the Gulf of Mexico to the South Region H - comprising of counties in the Rio Grande Valley, bounded roughly by the Upper Rio Grande (region E) in the West, the Central Coast (region F) in the North, the Gulf of Mexico in the East, and the Rio Grande river to the South

USDA Hardiness Zones

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Find Region by Zip Code

Please enter the Texas zip code in which you reside to find your region

Search by Region

Please select the Texas region you reside in below

Search by USDA Hardiness Zone

Select the desired USDA Hardiness Zone(s) to see a list of plants for the selected zone(s). Click on the 'USDA Hardiness Zones' image on the left for a larger view of the hardiness zone map.



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