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Red Yucca

Red Yucca is a native to Texas and can be found in most area of the state. It is remarkably cold hardy zones 5-10. Red Yucca is not truly a yucca but an Agave but has the hardy character of a yucca. This plant will handle almost all weather conditions, including drought conditions. With its red tubular flowers its great for attracting bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. Plant red yucca close together for a dramatic showy look, with a backdrop of dark green or a solid wall will really show off this plant.

Drift(R) Rose 'Coral'

Add color to your garden, patio or even a hillside with a Drift(R) Rose. With its orange-pink double blooms this rose will make a stunning groundcover. Coral is the most compact of the drift roses with its hardiness and disease resistance, so there is no need to spray fungicide. Hardy zones 4-11 likes full to mid sun exposure, grows 18-24" in height and will spread up to 36". With little to no care this rose will add to any landscape.

Society Garlic

Society Garlic is an attractive ornamental from South Africa. With a its garlicky smell and taste, plant as part of a herb garden with thyme, purple leaf basil and rosemary. With the contrasting colors it will not only look good but, taste good. Leaves grow up to a foot long and a quarter inch wide hardy to zone 9, plant in full sun or light shade in a well drained soil.

Karley Rose Fountain Grass

Karley Rose Fountain Grass is a beautiful plant that performs well in the hot Texas sun! It is a patented ornamental grass that was discovered by David Skwiot in 1995, who named this grass after his daughter. This grass has smoky purple plumes that will last all summer long. Its foliage is a beautiful blue-green color. This grass is very drought tolerant and is suitable for xeriscaping.

Texas Primrose

Texas Primrose is an evergreen, low growing perennial that is perfect for the Texas landscape! At maturity, they get to be less than a foot tall and can get to be between 2 and 3 feet wide. Texas Primrose has dark green, narrow, finely textured foliage. It also has bright, cheery yellow flowers. Texas Primrose does well on slopes and in hot spots in the garden. It is native to areas of New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. It tolerates a good amount of heat, making this a perfect plant for the coming summer months!