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Yaupon Holly – A Fantastic Texas Shrub and Tree

Yaupon Holly – A Fantastic Texas Shrub (and small tree) Why do we love the Yaupon Holly? We love these plants because they are native, beautiful, versatile, and a coffee substitute (sort of). đŸ™‚ Yaupon Hollies are Native to Central Texas When choosing a plant, we highly recommend going native (stuff that grows around Central […]

Agapanthus

This flower is a wonder addition of color to the your beds during the summer and early fall. The Agapanthus is a staple of warm-winter regions. It is low maintenance flower that produces colorful blue or white bulbs. Their evergreen leaves add plenty of texture to beds and pots too. Here are some more facts […]

Pink Skullcap

Here’s another resilient option for our harsh Central Texas Climate. The Pink Skullcap (aka Scutellaria suffrutescens) is a tidy, low-growing plant with beautiful pink blossoms that are present for a good portion of the year. Here are some more details on this great species: They usually grow to be around 1′ tall They have a […]

Silver Ponyfoot

If you are looking for a native plant to provide your beds with some groundcover, the Silver Ponyfoot is a great option. This West Texas native species is perfect for sunny spots in your lawn or beds and is extremely heat and drought tolerant. Here’s some more info on Silver Ponyfoot (aka dichondra argentea): They […]

The Knock Out® Rose

Here is another great option for your yard. The Knock Out® Rose, though non-native, has proven to be very successful in the Central Texas area. This repeat bloomer is a very resilient, disease-resistant shrub-rose that requires very little maintenance. Here are some more basic facts: Grows from 3-5′ tall and just as wide They have […]

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