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San Pedro Cactus

The San Pedro Cactus is a fast-growing columnar cactus that is native to the Andes Mountains. It can get to be between 15 and 20 feet tall at maturity. This stunning cactus has long, bright green stems that are up to 6 inches thick and have 5-10 ribs that bear spines up to 2 inches long. The San Pedro Cactus looks great as a center piece for any cactus or rock garden.

Gold Strike Carex

Gold Strike Carex is a low maintenance, variegated, ornamental sedge. The leaves arch upward, then down in a grass-like clump and are a creamy gold in the center and green on the edges. This plant can be used as a colorful substitute for liriope or other grass like varieties. Gold Strike is deer resistant and is great in partly shaded areas as a groundcover or edger.

Figs

Here at Creekside, we have a great selection of different fig varieties for all areas of Texas. These varieties include Alma, Celeste, Brown Turkey, LSU Purple, and Texas Blue Giant. Fig trees are a great low maintenance plant that adds a bold dark green accent to the landscape. It provides great tasting fruit that are just as good fresh off the branch as they are preserved or cooked! We currently have fig trees in 3 gallon and 5 gallon pots. Be sure to contact your Sales Representative and get yours today!

Texas Star Hibiscus

Texas Star Hibiscus is a slender, multi-branched, perennial shrub. From June to October, it produces eye catching, red and white, star-shaped blooms that are three to four inches wide. This Hibiscus does well in moist soils and is great along streams or in rain gardens.

Lemon Drop Iris

The Lemon Drop Iris, like the Orange Drop Iris, is an evergreen perennial that may get two to three feet tall at maturity. The big difference between Lemon and Orange Drop is the coloring on the petals. Lemon Drop has yellow spots near the base of the flower while Orange Drop has orange spots. They both have narrow, dark green leaves. Both plants are often found along the margins of ponds in their native South African home.They are both hybrids of the Dietes iridioides and the Dietes bicolor.