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Ivy

Ivy, Hedera helix Native to Europe, the ivy is an evergreen vine that is commonly found in gardens, on tree trunks and even on house walls. It can be trained into a variety of shapes, making this plant an excellent candidate for topiaries. Hardy from approximately zones 4-9, the ivy has rapid growth habits. It can be used as ground covers, in planter boxes and in hanging baskets. Ivies grow well in sun or in shade.

Leopoldii Agave

Leopoldii Agave is a small agave that is less than a foot in overall height and width. It has narrow, spine-like leaves with variegated foliage. Native to Mexico, Leopoldii has full sun to light shade requirements. It has very low water needs.

Pride of Houston Yaupon Holly

Pride of Houston Yaupon Holly is a native evergreen shrub that thrives here in Texas. It has beautiful red drupe berries during the fall and winter months, making this a very festive holiday plant! Pride of Houston is strictly a female cultivar, so you will get berries every year! Pride of Houston is drought tolerant, wind tolerant and heat tolerant!

Australian Violet

Australian Violet is an evergreen spreading ground cover that will get to 6 inches tall at maturity. It has beautiful white flowers that have a unique lilac blotch. Australian Violet prefers light shade and is perfect for containers as a spill over or for landscaping rock gardens. Australian Violet held up well over the Texas summer, with our 100+ temperatures!

Euphorbia

Euphorbia is a small annual that works as a low maintenance groundcover in the landscape. It has unique blooms that are made up of small flowers that are surrounded by colorful bracts. Euphorbia has cultural practices that are very similar to that of a cacti or a succulent. It requires little care, water and food. It also does not require much space, making this plant ideal for the landscape and for the home!