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Gigantea Farfugium

Commonly known as a Leopard Plant this perennial has large glossy heart-shaped leaves that resemble lily pads. They can reach a mature height of 3-4 feet and spread up to 2-3 feet wide. Beautiful yellow daisy-like flowers rise above the leaves on multi-branched stems from late summer thru fall and even winter in more temperate climates. They grow best in Zones 7-10 when planted in partial to full shade and require moist, but well-drained soil. Plant in large movable containers in cooler zones or in shady beds in warmer zones. The tops will die back when temperatures drop below 20 degrees, but sprout back when spring temperatures stabilize.

Dianthus Telstar Mix

Long known for its exceptional outdoor performance, Telstar Mix blooms early in the pack, then continues to bloom in the garden throughout the majority of the summer and well up through frost. This variety makes a spectacular display of color in the spring and summer garden in borders, mass plantings and as a seasonal ground cover!

Artemisia 'Powis Castle'

Also known as 'Wormwood' this durable perennial has silvery-gray foliage and is evergreen in all but the coldest of climates. This low shrub grows 3 feet tall by at least twice as wide with a naturally mounding form. It has finely divided foliage that is pleasantly aromatic and held in fairly flat sprays. Typically has a light bloom of small yellow flowers that are not conspicuous in Summer and into Fall. Plant in full sun or part shade in a well-drained soil with moderate, occasional to infrequent watering. 

Fruit Trees

With a New Year comes new beginnings and the perfect time to start planting fruit trees! Our wide range of fruit trees consists of multiple varieties of apples, peaches, pears, and more! Fruit trees provide a beautiful source of shade as well as improve access to fresh and healthy foods supplying nutrients, vitamins, and minerals to people of all ages. Ask your sales rep today about what we can do for all your fruit tree needs!

Yaupon Pride of Houston

This native Texas holly is most prized for the abundant red berries in fall through winter. The dark green foliage starts off a bright lighter green and darkens into glossy dark green. It attracts birds for the beautiful berries and bees for the small blooms. Thrives best in Zones 7-10 and can take full sun. Can grow to a height of 15-20’ and up to 15’ wide, but it responds well to heavy shearing and pruning so it’s a great candidate for topiary artists. Plant this Pride of Houston yaupon as a single specimen tree or as a beautiful and beneficial clump or hedge.