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Sandy Leaf Fig Ivy

This evergreen groundcover grows to around 6" tall and can reach 5' in length. This ivy will grow in sun or shade and does not climb. Stays short and tight where it gets sun, but will grow taller in the shade. Works well as a groundcover or plant it in a container to spill over the sides for added interest to a specimen plant. New leaves emerge as bright green and then transition to an eye catching dark emerald green as the plant matures. Sold here at Creekside Nursery in 1 gallon pots.

Mamey Croton

Like most other crotons, ‘Mamey’ is easy to take care of and features a display of bright red, yellow, brown, and green colors. Its leaves are large, thick and shiny. It can be grown as an indoor houseplant or outdoor decorative shrub. If you live in a colder climate, make sure you bring the plant indoors for the winter!

Crapemyrtles

Our Crapemyrtles are at their summer finest right now with profuse blooms in various shades of pinks, red, white and light lavender. Pollinators of all kinds flock to these showy clusters. Some of these varieties also have beautiful colored foliage in the Fall and the variegated bark of their trunks also adds a touch of interest to their overall appeal. From the smaller Pocomoke variety up to the towering Arapahos, these ornamental trees adorn landscapes all over the country and are perfectly suited for all Texas climates.

White Variegated Dianella

Also known as Flax Lily, this is an evergreen perennial with grass-like foliage that is streaked green and white. Tall spires of lavender-blue flowers are followed by blue berries. Drought tolerant, and prefers partial shade, but can handle a few daily hours of full sun, especially in the coastal areas. Performs best in rich, loamy soil and thrives in Zones 8-10. Good for borders, beautiful planted en masse and does great in containers, too. Sold here at Creekside Nursery in 1 and 3 gallon containers.

Southern Live Oak

This magnificent, broad leaf evergreen tree will be a picturesque addition to any landscape! It grows rapidly, adapts to almost any soil, and may live to be centuries old! Live Oak trees produce sweet edible acorns that turkeys, ducks, deer, and other animals like to feed on. We currently carry in various sizes so ask your sales person for more information!