Verbena tenuisecta ‘ Fuchsia Moss Verbena

Moss Verbena is originally from South America. The leaves are highly divided and the plant tends to grow low giving it the common name of Moss Verbena. This plant does great in full sun and dry areas, great for rock gardens. Moss Verbena grows fast and will make a quick groundcover for any bare spots […]

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Tulbaghia violacea Society Garlic

Tulbaghia violacea is a fast growing plant that forms clumps reaching 30 inches in height. This plant grows well in dry circumstances and makes a good rock garden or container plant. The plant has gray-green narrow leaves that are somewhat evergreen in warmer climates. Society Garlic gives off a garlic scent and has been said […]

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Tecoma ‘Orange Star’ Orange Star Esperanza

This plant is a orange flowering Tecoma that is very similar in looks to Tecoma stans Yellow Bells. Tecoma ‘Orange Star’ is an evergreen and can reach 12′ tall with a 6′ spread at maturity.

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Tecoma stans ‘Gold Star’ Yellow Bells, Esperanza

Tecoma stans ‘Gold Star’ has a very long flowering season, from early summer to late fall. This is a shrub or small tree that reaches 15-20 feet in height and can be pruned heavily after flowering to keep it compact . The flowers are bright yellow in color, 2 inches long with trumpet shape and […]

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Tagetes lemmonii Copper Canyon Daisy

Tagetes lemmonii is a large plant that reaches up to 6 feet with a 4′ spread, with very aromatic, airy foliage and vibrant yellow daisy-like blooms. Although this plant get big it can be pruned back to a size you want, just be sure to stop in the summer so you still get blooms in […]

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Strobilanthes dyeranus Persian Shield

Persian Shield is a beautiful foliage plant with a unique coloring that you absolutely can not get with any other plant. It grows to about 5’ with bright purple leaves and green veins, and as if that isn’t beautiful enough, it looks like it has been dry- brushed with silver, creating an iridescent glow. Strobilanthes […]

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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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Stachys coccinea Texas Betony

Stachys coccinea is a West Texas Native plant with bright red tubular flowers that are great at attracting hummingbirds. Texas Betony has a long bloom season, from spring until fall. Leaves are soft and fuzzy and the plant has a mat forming growth habit. Texas Betony will get 18-30″ in height. Stachys coccinea is part […]

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Setcreasea pallida ‘Purple Heart’ Purple Heart

Setcreasea pallida ‘Purple Heart’ is a native to Mexico that is related to Wandering Jew, it is also known by the name Tradescantia pallida ‘Purpurea’.  It has lance shaped leaves that sometimes get as big as 7 inches and is loved for it’s dark purple color.  In mid summer Purple Heart will have small pink […]

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Scutellaria suffrutescens Pink Texas Skullcap

Scutellaria suffrutescens is a drought tolerant, heat loving, sun loving plant that is great for the Texas Garden. Scutellaria suffrutescens is in the mint family along with other drought tolerant plants such as Salvias, the flower is reminiscent of tiny snapdragon flowers. The flowers are rose-red to pink in color and small, but they are […]

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