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Germander 'Silver Bush'

This variety of Germander is a great ornamental shrub that is typically underused! This drought tolerant evergreen plant looks a lot like Texas Sage with grayish green foliage. Silver Germander has a compact growing form, reaching 4' in height and a 3' width. Has a blue flower in the Spring, requires little water once established, and does best in full sun! Deer resistant and will attract butterflies and bees during the Spring. Can be trimmed however tends to return to its natural slightly wild shape eventually. Sold here at Creekside Nursery in a 3g container.

Gaillardia 'Spintop Copper Sun'

Gaillardia 'Spintop Copper Sun' is a fairly new series and the best compact Gaillardia on the market! With fantastic colors and intense flower-power, these Gaillardia are impressive in many applications including container gardens as well as traditional perennial gardens. This particular Gaillardia will bloom from late Spring all the way through the end of Summer and will constantly attract butterflies and hummingbirds! Gaillardia are also known as 'Blanket Flowers' due to them blanketing the North American prairies with their blooms! Be sure to remove faded flowers to help encourage constant blooming. Sold here at Creekside Nursery in a 1g container!

Coleus 'Campfire'

The attractive, versatile foliage of Coleus 'Campfire' adds a mix of bright colors that are ideal for bedding, borders, cottage gardens and containers. They are sure to add excitement wherever you plant them! Coleus 'Campfire' features bright, eye-catching burnt-orange colored foliage, reminiscent of a glowing campfire. For the most intense color, plant in good light. Sold here at Creekside Nursery in a 1g container.

Little Gem Magnolia

The Little Gem Magnolia is a small flowering evergreen tree. It is very slow growing and can get to be around twelve feet tall in the span of fifteen years. It has beautiful white flowers that are extremely fragrant and will bloom continuously throughout the hot Texas summer months. It has dark green, glossy leaves that are a bronze-brown color on the underside of the leaf. Since it is an overall smaller plant than the other grandiflora varieties, it makes a great selection for smaller home sites. Little Gem does particularly well in East Texas. Sold here at Creekside Nursery from a 5 gallon container all the way up to a 45 gallon container.