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Aztec Gold Daylily

Aztec Gold Daylily has solid clean blooms that are dark golden yellow in color. Flowers stand out beautifully against the rather dark green grass-like foliage. Blooms start in early summer, and last throughout the entire summer season. This variety is an excellent re-bloomer, meaning that it is known to produce several "waves" of blooms throughout the summer months. Generally blooms all throughout summer, and well into the early fall. Re-blooming can be further increased & encouraged through the removal of old, expired blooms & stalks. Very low maintenance – it is one of the taller daylilies at maturity. Aztec Gold is a great bloomer - and its vibrant golden yellow color is virtually unmatched in any other daylily.

Gulf Stream Nandina

Gulf Stream Nandina or Heavenly Bamboo Is a very hardy colorful evergreen shrub. New leaves are a bright scarlet red that turn to a blue green in the summer. As temperatures fall the leaves turn a bright scarlet red. This trouble free shrub with its compact shape is a great plant for foundation plantings or in a mixed bed. Partial sun to full sun with a 3ft height this nandina will add a great pop of color to in area.

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.