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Sedum

Sedum are a nice addition to any full to part sun landscape. Low maintenance, heat and drought tolerant. Sedum would work great in an area that the soil is constantly dry and does not receive the care that most beds require. Most stay on the small side and have a growing habit lower to the ground. Plant away from area with high foot traffic as sedums can't handle being walked over. Plant as a border or in a bed with other succulents for a unique look.

Groundcovers

Groundcovers from Ajuga to Vinca along with specialty types like Pigeon Berry and Lotus. Shade to sun we have many varieties to choose from.

Texas Primrose

This plant with its finely textured leaves will bloom from spring to summer. With intense yellow buttercup shaped flowers will open in the evening and stay open through the next day. Older flowers tend to fade to a pink-orange color. This primrose can reach 6" in height and have a spread up to 3 feet. Texas primrose will tolerate heat making a great rock garden plant or a border in a sunny location. Make sure to plant in an area with good drainage , to promote more blooms remove old blooms and water when dry.

Mexican Flame Vine

Mexican Flame Vine is a fast growing, heat loving plant that features attractive evergreen foliage. The small clusters of brilliant orange, daisy-like blooms contrast well with the dark green leaves. Although the blooms peak in spring and summer, the vine often produces blooms throughout the year. Mexican Flame Vine is great for adding color to an unsightly fence or to crawl up a trellis.

Salvia greggii Mirage Pink

This salvia give another great color choice in a perennial. With its pretty pink color it will mix well with blue, white and red salvias making a great perennial garden. Will work well in a container planting mixed with verbenas or trailing lantana. Blooming from early spring to fall in most areas, heat tolerant with only medium water needs. Reaching 12-14 inches in height with a 14-16 inch spread hardy zones 7-9. Will also attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.