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Caryopteris 'Dark Knight'

In late summer and early fall, when few other shrubs are in bloom, Caryopteris ‘Dark Knight’ is a showy bloomer. Its deep blue to lavender flowers are very interesting against the gray-green foliage. Beautiful in front of low walls, in mass groupings, as a hedge, or even as a specimen plant, it has a tidy, upright growth habit. It is small enough for a patio garden. Grows to approximately 3’ x 5’.

Almond Verbena

Almond Verbena is a herbaceous perennial that requires little attention once established. It is very fragrant with a scent of vanilla/sweet almond which attracts butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. A native to Argentina, it can grow up to 20 feet once established, but usually gets between 8’ and 12’, it needs plenty of space. Prefers full sun, but will tolerate partial shade with moderate to low water needs. Heat and drought-tolerant. No major disease issues. Durable long bloom period. Great for the summer landscape.

Caesalpinia pulcherrima ‘Pride of Barbados’

Referred to as Caesalpinia, Peacock Flower, Mexican Bird of Paradise, and most commonly, Pride of Barbados.

A TRUE Texas Superstar!

The label, Texas Superstar, is much like a badge of honor given only to plants that have withstood the rigors of the statewide A&M field trials. Throughout the state, these hibiscus have proven to be some of the finest and showiest of perennials.