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Croton Petra

This perennial evergreen shrub has colorful foliage great for tropical areas and houseplants. Foliage is large leathery and glossy in shades of red yellow purple and green and varies in shapes and sizes. Excellent choice for bright locations. Nice effect when planted in masses. As it ages, the plant’s color may darken to nearly black. This plant can be pruned if you wish to keep it to a certain size or encourage a bushier look. Otherwise, it will only need to be pruned to remove dead or unhealthy foliage. Brown leaves or stems should be cut all the way back to a node on the stem, and the same applies when trimming overgrown stems.

Delta Blue Pansy

These blotch pansies are a great addition to a landscape. They are fairly disease and insect resistant and have a great mounded growing habit. They grow to be on average 6-8" tall with a 6-8" spread. They require full sun and tend to grow very uniform. They are easy to grow and can last through winter if they have had time to get a good root system. They grow best in loose, rich soil with a regular watering. Get them now before they are gone and plant them soon!

Coppertone Loquat

Coppertone loquats are a great addition to a landscape. They can grow to be 15-25 feet tall with an equivalent spread. When they are enjoying their climate they can grow 36in per year. Their snowy white flowers attract bees as well as colorful birds. The trunk of this shrub will support a low canopy as it continues to grow. They are hardy in zones 9-11 and are not picky in terms of soil pH.

Golden Barrel Cactus

Also known as Mother in Law's cushion these are large, rounded cactus with golden yellow gently curved spines. Bright yellow flowers appear in late spring through mid summer. Heat and drought tolerant. They thrive in full sun and need little water making them a great addition to any native landscape. They can grow to be 2-3 feet tall with a 3-4 foot spread. This cactus grows best in zones 9-11. Be sure to wear gloves with handling this golden beauty.