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Texas Lantana

Texas Lantana is a native to the Rio Grande Plains and the Edwards Plateau, which tells you this is one tough plant. Texas Lantana can make anyone look like they have a green thumb. They are drought tolerant,heat tolerant, salt tolerant and deer tolerant. With these major issues covered this plant will do well in any garden. Blooms throughout the summer in full sun and part shade. Will reach 3-4' height and 4-5' spread so give it plenty of room to grow. Texas Lantana is a an excellent food source for butterflies and honey bees.

Perennials

We have a large variety of perennials available from Artemisia to Verbena. Many are blooming and ready to add a pop of color to your garden center or any landscape. Pictured are just a few of our Guara, Catmint and Lantana. Our perennial offerings come in a variety of sizes from 4"pots, quarts, hanging baskets, and 1 & 3 gallon containers. Plants that are colorful, fragrant and healthy and ready and waiting to wow your retail customers, please your homeowner clients and those who pass by beautifully landscaped roadways and streets. Contact your Creekside sales person for more information.

Lucky Lavender Lantana

Lucky Lavender Lantana with its dark green foliage contrasts nicely with the lavender/yellow flower color. This variety tolerates the heat, humidity and drought conditions well. Unlike other lantanas that can get a little 'wild' looking, this variety stays more compact and controlled. This variety will work well in pots, baskets or in the ground. Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds and bees. Deer resistant, but it is poisonous, so plant in an area little hands can't reach.

Suncrest Salvia

Say hello to the Suncrest line of Salvias. Fire Dancer has blooms that are shades of orange-red. Flamenco Rose has a lovely bright pink blooms with white markings. Orchid Glow has blooms that are orchid to magenta. As with all salvias, they prefer full sun, but can take a small about of light shade. They are drought and heat tolerant and work well in most zones. Cut back mid-season to encourage more blooming.

Sedum 'Carl'

This old fashioned perennial with blue-green succulent foliage bears bright pink flower heads on upright stems. 'Carl' does great in full sun and is heat and drought tolerant. Grows up to 12-18 inches. Divide clumps every few years to improve flowering. It attracts butterflies and bees with its bright pink blooms.