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Pavonia Rock Rose

This member of the mallow family does well in most conditions. Rock rose will bloom April to November with a pretty pink bloom. Native to the Edwards Plateau to the Rio Grande plains, has a very low water needs and highly drought tolerant. This plant can reach too 4 feet tall Does best in full sun but, can handle part shade . This plant is not completely deer resistant but , it is not their first food choice. Attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

Sandy Leaf Fig

If you are looking for a different ground cover Sandy Leaf Fig may be a good option. This evergreen ground cover grows to around 6" tall and can reach 5' in length. Bright green leaves transitions to an eye catching dark emerald green. This ivy will work well in sun or shade and will not climb. Plant in a container to spill over the sides for added interest.

Hosta

With many landscapes having a shady area where getting plants to thrive is a problem, a great solution is the Hosta. Blue Angel with its blue-green 16" leaves will fill in a large area with a great color contrast. You can also try Stained Glass with its golden leaves with green margins will add a bright spot to a shady area. Paradigm also have a bright golden-yellow leaf with a bluish green margin. Hosta plants also make great container plantings on patios.

Sedum

Sedum are a nice addition to any full to part sun landscape. Low maintenance, heat and drought tolerant. Sedum would work great in an area that the soil is constantly dry and does not receive the care that most beds require. Most stay on the small side and have a growing habit lower to the ground. Plant away from area with high foot traffic as sedums can't handle being walked over. Plant as a border or in a bed with other succulents for a unique look.

Groundcovers

Groundcovers from Ajuga to Vinca along with specialty types like Pigeon Berry and Lotus. Shade to sun we have many varieties to choose from.