PlantsFlowering PlantsRose Family — Family Rosaceae
Tree, shrub, or herb. Leaves alternate. Flowers with 5 petals and many stamens.
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Agrimony — Genus Agrimonia
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Serviceberry — Genus Amelanchier
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Slender Parsley Piert —  Aphanes microcarpa [1]
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Red Chokeberry —  Aronia arbutifolia [1]
Synonym: Photinia pyrifolia.
Alderleaf Mountain Mahogany
Mountain Mahogany — Genus Cercocarpus
Tree. Leaves alternate, simple, toothed.
Greenhaw
Hawthorns — Genus Crataegus
Tree, usually with thorns. Leaves simple, toothed. Flowers with 2 or more styles. Fruit is a pome.
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Indian Strawberry —  Duchesnea indica [1]
Apache Plume
Apache Plume —  Fallugia paradoxa [1]
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Strawberry — Genus Fragaria
White Avens
Avens — Genus Geum
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American Ipecac —  Gillenia stipulata [1]
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Rockspirea —  Holodiscus dumosus [1]
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Southern False Serviceberry —  Malacomeles denticulata [1]
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Apples — Genus Malus
Small tree. Leaves alternate, simple.
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Mat Rockspirea —  Petrophytum caespitosum [1]
Taiwanese Photinia
Taiwanese Photinia —  Photinia serratifolia [2,3]
Tree.
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Mountain Ninebark —  Physocarpus monogynus [1]
Mock Strawberry
Cinquefoil — Genus Potentilla
Chickasaw Plum
Plums & Peach — Genus Prunus
Tree or shrub. Leaves simple. Flowers with one style. Fruit is a drupe with a single stone.
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Heath Cliffrose —  Purshia ericifolia [1]
Fire-thorn
Firethorn — Genus Pyracantha
Callery Pear
Pears — Genus Pyrus
Tree. Leaves alternate, simple.
Climbing Prairie Rose
Roses — Genus Rosa
Leaves pinnately compound, toothed. Flowers white or pink.
Southern Dewberry
Dewberry — Genus Rubus
Leaves pinnately compound. 3 leaflets. Flowers white.
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Prairie Burnet —  Sanguisorba annua [1]
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Slimleaf Rosewood —  Vauquelinia corymbosa [1]
Evidence that species is found in Texas:
  1. USDA Plants Database, advanced search for Texas plants from the United States Department of Agriculture.
  2. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Texas, Volume 1, B.L. Turner, Holly Nichols, Geoffrey Denny and Oded Doron, Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT), Fort Worth, Texas, 2003.
  3. Rick's iNaturalist observations, nature observations of Richard K. Murphy. Identifications are not necessarily confirmed by other users.