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'Little David' Loropetalum

Loropetalum is a wonderful evergreen shrub that will work well in an accent garden. With its green and burgundy leaves it will add a nice touch of color to any landscape. Hardy zones 5-8 with small blooms in the spring, can be drought tolerant once it is established. Will work in light shade but does require some sun.

Silver Germander Bush

Silver or Bush Germander is a great under used ornamental shrub. This drought tolerant evergreen plant looks a lot like Texas Sage with grayish green foliage. Silver Germander has a compact growing form, reaching 4' in height and a 3' width. Has a blue flower in the spring. Requires little water once established, does best in full sun. Deer resistant and will attract butterflies and bees during the spring. Can be trimmed but, tends to return to its natural slightly wild shape.

Variegated Pittosporum

Pittosporum is a broad leaf evergreen shrub that can grow to a height of 8-10 feet in full sun or compact in shade. With its grey green leaves with white margins make a great hedge, screen and can also be used as an accent tree. Variegated Pittosporum does well in well drained soil with regular water and fertilizing. This plant is native to China and Japan.

Texas Sage

LEUCOPHYLLUM FRUTESCEN OUTSTANDING NATIVE PLANT MEDIUM COMPACT SHRUB WITH DELICATE SILVER TO GRAY/GREEN LEAVES. PURPLE BLOOMS FROM SUMMER TO FALL.GROWS IN ALL TYPES OF SOIL IF WELL DRAINED. DROUGHT TOLERANT AND HEAT TOLERANT. MAY GROW TO 8' BY 8' HARDY THRU ZONE 8. TEXAS SAGE IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE RAIN PLANT TO SOME, DUE TO THE FACT IT TENDS TO BLOOM BEFORE A RAINFALL.

'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.