The Grassland ecotype is a central feature in the park around which the paths and other ecotypes are organized.
The San Antonio River Improvement Project ecotype demonstrates the species of plants used along the river as part of SARA’s ongoing restoration project.
The Trans Pecos/Chihuahua Desert ecotype demonstrates the use of west Texas plants that thrive in San Antonio. This ecotype spreads into the parking lot providing dapped shading for cars.
The Texas Oak Conservatory ecotype demonstrates the many types of oak trees that thrive in our region.
The Texas Love Oak Savannah provides shade around the edges of the pavilion and help to block unwanted winter winds from the pavilion space.
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