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Vitex

Montrose Purple Vitex, or Chaste Tree, is a large deciduous shrub or small tree with aromatic, palmately compound leaves. From early summer to the first frost, this Vitex is covered with 10-12” long, purple flower spikes. The Chaste Tree is also very drought tolerant and deer resistant!

Belinda's Dream Rose

This fast growing rose is an upright and sturdy plant with few disease problems. Along with its beautiful pink flowers, it is covered with bluish-green foliage that allows flowers to look stunning. Belinda's Dream also has a wonderful and a rich distinctive fragrance of its own when in bloom.

Roses

Here at Creekside, our roses are beautiful and blooming! We have an abundance of roses available for sale in a 3 gallon, a 5 gallon and a 7 gallon size! We have a multitude of roses in the Knock Out (R) series, the Drift series and we also have climbing roses as well as carpet rose varieties all available for sale. Be sure to get yours today! These plants are sure to be a knock out in any spring landscape!

Compact Texas Sage

The Compact Texas Sage is a slow grower with a dense growth habit that helps keep this variety "compact". It is an evergreen with silvery /gray foliage and is Hardy in Zones 8-10. It grows best in full sun, but will tolerate partial sun. This is a fairly low maintenance plant with moderate water needs. The Compact Texas Sage is considered drought tolerant and good drainage is a must for this plant. It thrives in alkaline soil in a hot dry climate. It produces a purple/pink bloom in the summertime. They will grow to 3-5 feet tall. Highly desirable as deer resistant and wind tolerant. Creekside Nursery currently has these available in a 3 gallon size.

Flame Acanthus

Flame Acanthus gets its name from the vibrant red/orange flower blooms that appear from mid-summer until frost. It is a deciduous small shrub that is hardy in Zone 8, and root hardy in Zone 7. It will grow to be 3 to 4 feet wide with a height up to 5 feet. This Texas native is adaptable to sunny, well drained places throughout the state. It is drought tolerant, very high heat tolerant, as well as attractive to butterflies. The Flame Acanthus thrives in both full sun and in partial shade and does well in a xeric landscape.