Yucca recurvifolia Soft Leaf Yucca

Yucca recurvifolia is a 4-6′ tall evergreen shrub with lance shaped recurving to arching leaves. The foliage is more blue green than most Yucca spp. Soft Leaf Yucca is generally a single stem in youth and can become multi trunked with age. The growth habit is rosette in youth, with age the plant can become […]

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Yucca filamentosa ‘Bright Edge’ Variegated Adam’s Needle

Yucca filamentosa ‘Bright Edge’ is a striking Yucca with leaves that are edged with a creamy white to yellow color. This is a smaller Yucca, being stemless or clump-forming, the height will max out at 2-5 feet with a 20″ spread. The foliage is stiff and in late Spring to Early summer it will send […]

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Wisteria sinensis ‘Cooke’s Purple’ Chinese Wisteria

Wisteria sinensis ‘Cooke’s Purple’ is a deciduous woody flowering vine that climbs through a twining method. Chinese Wisteria will flower in the spring before the foliage emerges. The purple flowers are held in grape-like clusters and are extremely fragrant. In the summer these will mature into bean-like seed pods.

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Vitex agnus-castus ‘Montrose Purple’ Chaste Tree, Texas Lilac

Vitex agnus-castus ‘Montrose Purple’ is a large deciduous shrub or small tree when limbed up with aromatic, palmately compound leaves. From early summer to frost the Texas Lilac is covered with 8-12″ long fragrant flower spikes. The flowers are a brilliant medium violet color and work very well for attracting bees, butterflies and hummingbirds into […]

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Viburnum obovatum Walters’ Viburnum

Viburnum obovatum is native to the wetlands of Florida and can tolerate an occasional wet soil, but is also drought tolerant. In the spring tiny white tubular flowers will cover the plant for 2-3 weeks, and are great for attracting butterflies. These flowers are then followed by clusters of blue black berries which attract birds. […]

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Veronica spicata ‘Sunny Border Blue’ Speedwell

Veronica spicata ‘Sunny Border Blue’ is a full sun, clumping perennial with lance-shaped, crinkled, and toothed, glossy green leaves. Speedwell bears an erect, sturdy flower spikes up to 7 inches long. The flowers are tubular, dark violet-blue and occur from early summer to late fall. These flowers are great as cut flowers and also will […]

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Ulmus parvifolia Lacebark Elm, Chinese Elm

The Lacebark Elm is a fast growing deciduous tree that can get 40-60′ in height at maturity with a 25-40′ spread. Ulmus parvifolia gets its name because it bark sheds and reveals orange-brown patches, giving the trunk a lacey appearance. Lacebark Elm has good resistance to Dutch Elm disease and is also heat and drought […]

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Ulmus crassifolia Cedar Elm

The Cedar Elm is a slow growing semi evergreen or deciduous tree with dark leaves that turn a yellow-gold in fall and have a rough sand paper-like texture. The Cedar Elm has slightly drooping branches with tiny stiff leaves, the branches also produce corky wings. Ulmus crassifolia can reach up to 50-70 feet in height […]

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Taxodium distichum Bald Cypress

The bright green fern-like leaves give the Bald Cypress its unique look. Its leaves turn a coppery bronze in the autumn, then drop in the winter. A spherical green female cone will ripen to a brown in autumn and males will produce perdent red cones in late winter. It has rapid to moderate growth of […]

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Stokesia laevis Stoke’s Aster

Stokesia laevis is a herbaceous perennial native to Southeastern United States that forms a rosette clump of strap like leathery leaves. Stoke’s Aster has a moderate growth rate, is very adaptable, and is evergreen in warmer climates. In late spring to early fall this perennial forms flower spikes that are 1 to 2 feet tall. […]

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