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'Little Red' Oleander

This oleander is deer and drought tolerant and can reach 6-12' tall. Blooms in the spring and early fall. Tolerant to high salt content soil, but prefers well drained soil. Water well and deeply the first year for root establishment, then it just needs average watering through the year. Low maintenance and evergreen, this oleander will add to any landscape.

Euonymus Coloratus

Also known as Purple Leaf Wintercreeper, this plant forms a dense carpet of dark green leaves with a coarse texture. The foliage turns dusky purple during colder months but remains evergreen. It can be trained to grow as a climbing vine with support. This plant will grow in full sun to full shade in all types of soil and PH conditions. Needs little to no care once it is established and is also drought tolerant. Euonymus is harmful if ingested, so make sure to keep children and pets away.

Loblolly Pine

The Loblolly Pine will reach heights from 60-90’ with a spread of 25-35’ at full growth. This is an evergreen tree, but will drop needles throughout the year. This pine is a fast grower and can grow up to 24” a year. Will grow in Zones 6-9. Fun Facts: The Loblolly Pine provides for many birds and wildlife from bobtails to wild turkeys, chipmunks and squirrels. Loblolly got its name from growing in river bottoms. The word Loblolly means ‘depression’.

Cyclamen

Cyclamen with its heart shaped leaves and showy flowers, is a native to the Mediterranean area. There are about 20 species that exist. Cyclamen needs moist soil but not soggy, so allow soil to dry out between watering. They require no pruning and little to no fertilizer. Cyclamen works outdoors and also as an indoor plant in an area with bright sunlight.

Red Yucca

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