The central texts common to the various Vedanta schools are Upanishads, Brahma Sutras and Bhagavad Gita collectively referred to as Prasthanatrayi1. Another central text of VisistAdvaita is Nathamuni's anthology of the divine poetry of the Azhwars, the poet-saints of Vishnu, called Naalayira Divya Prabhandham also referred to as the Dravida Vedas (based on their effulgent exemplification of Bhakti).
Apart from these, which scriptures/texts are considered important in the VisistAdvaita Canon of Literature? Please give a brief overview of why each of the texts you mention are considered important acc. to VisistAdvaita Siddhanta (for instance due to its historical importance and/or acute philosophical insights and/or elegant exposition, etc,.)
1. credit where it's due - this question is inspired by a similar question on Advaita Vedanta which you can read here