Texas Wetland Plants - Nursery & Services for Habitat Enhancement

Pickerel weed
Pickerel weed (Pontederia cordata)

Native aquatic plants can enhance the health of a lake, providing nursery cover for young fish, improving water quality, and stabilizes shorelines. A well planned plant community also improves aesthetics, attracts wildlife, and can improve fishing success. In addition, many local, state, and federal agencies as well as private developers are integrating wetland plants into drainage and detention projects. Whether you want to improve the habitat in your lake or establish plants for restoration or mitigation, we can help.

Along with our fish, we have ponds dedicated for the culture of a variety of native aquatic plants. We are a licensed nursery and we offer both bare root and container plants for small and large projects. If you are a local, state, or federal agency that needs to meet historically underutilized or small business requirements, our status as a small, woman-owned business can help you to meet those requirements.

As provided in the list below, we maintain a number of plants that are ready to go. We generally maintain a good supply of plants, but for larger projects, we can custom-grow plants to meet your needs. If the plants you need are not on our list, we can usually culture the species you need.

Common Name
Scientific Name
Container Size (gal.)
Water willow Justicia americana
Bare Root
Squarestem spikerush Eleocharis quadrangulata
0.25 to 0.5
Pickerel weed Pontederia cordata
0.5 to 2
Soft-Stem bulrush Scirpus tabernaemontani
0.5 to 1
California bulrush Scirpus californicus
0.5 to 2
Delta duck potato Sagittaria platyphylla
0.5
Grassy arrowhead Sagittaria graminea
0.5
arrowhead Sagittaria latifolia
0.5
buttonbush Cephalanthus occidentalis
0.5 to 2
baldcypress Taxodium distichum
2
White water lilly Nymphaea odorata
0.5 to 1
Yellow cow lilly Nuphar luteum
0.5 to 1

Water WillowWater willow (Justicia americana)

Soft-Stem BulrushSoft-stem bulrush (Scirpus tabernaemontani)