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Incense Passion Flower Vine

As a native to Texas, this spectacularly vigorous growing vine provides a dazzling floral display like no other! This vine displays pale purple to white blooms that are highlighted with purplish filaments that radiate from the center of the flower. Yellow fruit develops after the flowers appear and the fragrant blooms will attract hummingbirds and butterflies! The fast growing nature of this particular vine makes it perfect for quick cover for fences or trellises!

Pineapple Guava

This versatile and easy growing plant with a tropical look will add character to any garden. With gray green foliage and white flowers with red accent, it can be grown as a bush, espalier, hedge or small specimen tree. Grows well in most soil types. Once established, it will tolerate mild drought. With moderate growth reaching 10-15' in height and width. Pineapple Guava is bird-friendly producing edible fruit. Plant with Bottlebrush, Loropetalum or Variegated Ginger for added interest.

Texas Star Hibiscus

Texas Star Hibiscus is a slender, multi-branched, perennial shrub that blooms from June to October. It produces eye catching, red and white, star-shaped blooms that are three to four inches wide. Unlike its tropical cousins, Texas Star Hibiscus can withstand most of our winters, barring any truly harsh freezes. This Hibiscus does well in moist soils and is great along streams or in rain gardens.

Foxtail Fern

The Foxtail Fern displays bright green fluffy foliage spikes that add a unique textural contrast to perennial beds, borders and mixed containers. The long plume-like stems hold soft needle-like leaves and develops red berries in fall. This particular fern variety is a popular choice for hanging baskets and containers but works equally well when planted in mass or used as an edging plant. We currently offer the Foxtail Fern in a 1g, 3g, and 12qt flat.

Star Jasmine

Star Jasmine is a vigorous climbing vine with glossy green foliage and masses of fragrant, star-shaped white flowers in spring, and sporadically in summer. Star Jasmine makes a perfect covering for fences or trellises or can be left to sprawl along the ground, eventually forming a thick mat of foliage.