Nolina texana commonly is called beargrass, bunch-grass, or basket grass, but it is a member of the agave family, making it a cousin of yucca, sotol, and century plant. Another name is sacahuista.
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Only 4 or 5 agave species are thought to be native to Texas, but agaves have been valued and transplanted by man prior to historic cultivation.
During a Thursday morning hike last week, I saw three plants I never expected to get to see in the wild. I would have felt lucky to see just one of these plants in its […]
Yuccas grow in all parts of Texas; there are 16 species native to the state.