Plants for Sale

483657 10200878372588649 449604863 nThe National Butterfly Center is pleased to make plants and seeds available to the public, for the propagation of butterfly gardens throughout deep South Texas.  All of the species listed are native to Hidalgo County and the surrounding region. 
 
If there is something you are interested in obtaining, please visit, call or email: max@nationalbutterflycenter.org. We will be happy to let you know what is available for sale. Actual packing and shipping charges will apply for live specimens. 

The following list is subject to change, according to inventory on hand.

Tropical Milkweed   Asclepias curassavica
Runyon's Water Willow   Justicia runyonii
Corky Stemmed Passion Flower   Passiflora suberosa
Mexican Flame Vine   Senecio confusus
Texas Sabal Palm   Sabal Mexicana
Palo Verde   Parkinsonia texana
Mottled Tuberose   Mandreda variegata
Dumpling Cactus   Runyon's Coryphantha
Horse Crippler   Echinocactus texensis
Raspilla   Mimosa malacophylla
Mexican Ash   Fraxinus berlandieriana
Persimmon   Diospyros texana
Tenaza   Pithecellobium pallens
Honey Mesquite   Prosopis glandulosa
Sugar Hackberry   Celtis laevigata
Texas Torchwood   Amyris texana
Anacua   Ehritia anacua
Wright's Catclaw   Acacia greggii var. wrightii
Common Bee Bush ( white brush)   Aloysia gratissima
Retama   Parkinsonia aculeata
Guajillo   Acacia berlandieri
Narrow Leaf Elbow Bush   Forestiera angustifolia
Snap Dragon Vine   Maurandya antirrhiniflora
Mexican Hat   Ratibida columnifera
Texas Mountain Laurel (mescal bean)   Sophora secundiflora
Rio Grande Abutilon   Abutilon hypoleucum
Huisache   Acacia farnesiana
Huisachillo   Acacia schaffneri
Mexican Capraria   Capraria mexicana
Guayacan   Guaiacum angustifolium
Carolina Wolfberry   Lycium Carolinianum var. quadrifidum
Soapberry (jaboncillo)   Sapindus saponaria
Potato Tree   Solanum erianthum
Rio Grande Butterfly Bush (tepozan)   Cephalanthus salicifolius
Texas Ebony   Chloroleucon ebano
Mexican Caesalpinia   Caesalpinia mexicana
Coral Bean   Erythrina herbacea
Berlandier's Fiddlewood   Citharexylum berlandieri
Berlandier's Indian Mallow   Abutilon berlandieri
Red Sage ( scarlet sage) var. [white,pink]   Salvia coccinea
Hierba de Alacran ( White Plumbago)   Plumbago scandens
Blue Boneset (Spring Mistflower)   Tamaulipa Azurea (Eupatorium azureum)
Blue Mistflower (crucita)   Chromolaena odorata
Yellow Sophora ( Necklace Pod)   Sophora tomentosa var. occidentalis
Mexican Oregano ( redbrush Lippia)   Lippia graveolens
Skeleton Leaf Daisy (golden eye daisy)   Viguiera stenoloba
Brushy Lippia   Lippia Alba
Shrubby Blue Sage   Salvia ballotiflora
Brush Holly   Xylosma flexuosa
Crenate Leaf Snake Herb   Dyschoriste crenulata
Flame Acanthus   Anisacanthus quadrifidus var. wrightii
Shorthorn Jefea   Jefea brevifolia
Mexican Tournefortia ( googly-eyed vine)   Tournifortia volubilis
Tube Tongue   Justicia pilosella
Hachinal (willow leaved heimia)   Heimia salicifolia
Texas Kidneywood   Eysenhardtia texana
Barbados Cherry (manzanita)   Malpighia glabra
Pigeon Berry (Rouge plant)   Rivina humilis
Crucillo (randia)   Randia rhagocarpa
Lili of the Lomas (lila de los llanos)   Echeandia chandleri
Chisme (portulaca)   Portulaca pilosa
Texas Stone Crop (texas sedum)   Lenophyllum texanum
Texas Frog Fruit   Phyla nodiflora
Silky Leaf Frog Fruit   Phyla strigulosa
Gregg's Mistflower   Conoclinium greggii
Betony Mistflower   Conoclinium betonicifolium
Texas Lantana (calico bush)   Lantana urticoides
Sonset Lantana   Lantana camara
Low Croton (berlandier croton)   Croton humilis
Rio Grande Mock Vervain   Glandularia polyantha
Spanish Dagger (palma pita)   Yucca treculeana
Vasey's Adelia   Adelia vaseyi
Zizotes Milkweed   Asclepias oenotheroides
Heart-leaved Hibiscus   Hibiscus martianus
Purple Sage (cenizo)   Leucophyllum frutescens
Goldenrod   Solidago sempervirens
Hairy Wedelia   Wedelia texana
Small-flowered Wrightwort   carlowrightia parviflora
Six-angle Fold Wing   Dicliptera sexangularis
Common Balloon Vine   Cardiospermum halicacabum
Baby Bonnets   Coursetia axillaris
Turk's cap   Malvaviscus drummondii

 

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Hours of Operation

September - March
8:00 - 5:00

April - August
9:00 - 4:00

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National Butterfly Center
3333 Butterfly Park Drive
Mission, TX 78572
956-583-5400
GPS Coordinates:
26.180243 -98.364973

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