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Caesalpinia Mexicana

This plant is grown mainly for its bright yellow and fragrant flowers. Native to the Rio Grande Valley, it can take high heat and full sun with little water. Considered a large shrub or small tree that is evergreen. Height can reach 30 foot but, usually stays in the 15 foot range with a 15 foot spread. The seed pods can be poisonous, so this may not be a plant for you if you have small children or pets.

Algerian Ivy Marengo

With bright glossy variegated green and white leaves, this groundcover adds a nice color variety to any landscape. This ivy is easy to grow and maintain as a groundcover, on a trellis or hanging over a retaining wall. Will handle most weather, but may have some damage at temperatures below 15 degrees. Grows in full sun to light shade can also take foot traffic near walk ways. Deer, drought and insect resistant. This ivy can also be used in an inside landscape or as a potted plant.

Lithodora Heavenly Blue

This plant is a great rock garden plant or can be used for container planting. Plant in full to part sun. Considered a groundcover or prostrate growing plant that is low maintenance and drought tolerant. Blue funnel-shaped flowers that last all summer long and evergreen through out the year. This plant will also hold up well on a slope planting to help with erosion control. Use in a container planting along the edge of the pot and allow to hang over the sides. Does show signs of being deer resistant.

Creeping Germander

Low growing with a mounding habit and thin silver colored leaves this will add a nice color to any landscape. This germander can take any light condition except full shade, zones 5-10. Deer and rabbit resistant but, bee friendly. Drought resistant but still produces fragrant blooms. Will reach 2-3 feet tall with a 18-24 inch spread.

Petite Pink Oleander

This oleander is a petite or dwarf of the standard oleander. With high heat tolerance and drought tolerance this plant will work well in all areas. Plant in full sun to part shade to ensure flowering. Prune as needed to keep desired shape. As with all oleanders they are poisonous.