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Upright plant with large, green or variegated leaves. Good specimen or accent
plant. Will not tolerate sun. Drought tolerable once established. Evg.ALS-4’T
|$27.50 - 3 gallon|
Spectacular crimson-red bottlebrush-like flowers bloom sporadically throughout
the year above dark green leaves. This large, upright shrub is often trained
into a standard, making it an attractive small landscape tree. ‘Little John”
is a dwarf low-growing variety, growing three feet tall, five feet wide. Tolerates
heat, cold and adverse soil. Makes a good spectrum or shrub border plant.
|$28.15 - 3 gallon|
Upright shrub with dark green narrow leaves. Good contrast to broad-leaved shrubs.
Easily pruned to shape. Ideal for screen planting, topiary, clipped hedge Or
container plant. Evg.ALS-10’T x 3’W.
|$137.50 - 15 gallon||$207.50 - 30 gallon|
Gold Star Esperanza
A splashy, ever blooming tropical shrub or small tree bearing gorgeous golden-yellow,
trumpet-shaped flowers. The lightly fragrant blooms continue from summer to frost.
Grow in moist but well-drained soil and, once established, it will withstand
a light frost. An evergreen shrub in area H, perennial or annual in the rest
of the state depending on winter.
Avg.ALS-4’T x 3’W.
|$32.45 - 3 gallon|
Beautiful trumpet-shaped, butter-yellow flowers 4” across all summer. A fast growing tropical perennial vine that thrives in summertime heat. May be grown in containers or planted in the ground as a flowering annual anywhere in the state. Train on trellis or let cascade out of container or hanging basket.
|$24.79 - 3 gallon|
Very fragrant in the evening, the 8” long hanging trumpet-shaped flowers appear
in spring and summer. Choose from white, peach, pink or orange varieties, with
many available in single and double flower forms.
Large, fast growing, plants make an interesting backdrop to a wide border. Protect from freezing temperatures or use as seasonal color.
|$29.75 - 3 gallon|
Large leaves display a bright array of bronze, orange, re, and pink blend with
the yellow veins over a green background. Crotons add an exciting touch of color
as individual specimens or in combination with other troikas.
|$19.55 - 3 gallon|
One of the showiest of all flowering shrubs. Hundreds of different varieties
in a rainbow of colors. Bloom freely from late spring to early fall.
Thrive in heat. Great patio pot plants. In more northern areas grow them as Tropical Plants, setting out fresh plants each spring, or bring indoors before first frost.
|$24.69 - 3 gallon|
Flame of the Woods
Brilliant red, orange, yellow or pink flowers constantly from summer until fall.
A good source of exotic color for containers in hot patio areas or around pools.
Excellent where a tropical effect is desired. Used as a evergreen clipped hedge
in extreme southern Texas. Thrives in heat and full sun. Bring indoors to protect
from freezing and return outside when warm temperatures return.
|$27.36 - 3 gallon|
An evergreen tree with an erect, branching, woody stem. Sharp-pointed dark green
leaves are bronze-red when young. Clusters of star-shaped, bright coral-red flowers
bloom in summer. Ideal for containers or a summer.
|$28.42 - 3 gallon|
Large colorful flowers bloom almost continually from spring to frost. The pink
‘Alice du Pont’ variety is best known, but new red , yellow and white varieties
are now becoming available. Best used in large patio containers or hanging baskets.
Thrives in heat. Protect from freezing temperatures. May be brought indoors during
the winter, placed by a bright window, and returned outside when warm weathers
|$27.50 - 3 gallon|
Fast growing plant for tropical landscapes. Suckers from underground stems from
attractive clump. Freezes down to the ground most winters but quickly returning
in spring. A good pot plant in northern areas. Evg./Dec.ALS-8’T x 8’W.
|$27.50 - 3 gallon|
Bird of Paradise
Grown for its spectacular flower shaped like tropical birds. Orange, blue , and
white flowers on long, stiff stems bloom throughout the year, but best in cool
season. Prized as cut flower. Excellent in pots, around pools or as an accent
in the landscape. Protect from freezing temperatures in winter or use as annual
$26.20 - 3 gallon
Brilliant purple, 3” wide flowers in cluster appear intermittently, summer until
fall. Evergreen shrub in frost-free locations, a great container plant anywhere.
New growth shaded with velvety, orange and bronze red hairs. Best in acid, well-drained
soil with roots shaded. Protect from freezing in the winter.
|$29.86 - 3 gallon|
Elephant ears are heavy feeders; fertilize them with a fertilizer high in nitrogen. Elephant ear plants are tropical but can be over wintered in cold climates. Grow elephant ears in partial shade. As a wetland plant in the wild, elephant ear plants crave water. This makes them a good choice for wet areas where homeowners usually have trouble finding suitable plants. These leaves can reach 3' long and 2' wide and grow 8' tall in the tropics, tough a height of 2'-3' is more common (depends on growing conditions).
Clusters of brightly colored flowers in shades of red, orange, yellow, pink, white,
salmon and bicolor rise above the foliage. Blooms from late spring well into
fall. Attractive in mass plantings or as background plant. Green and burgundy-leaved
varieties are sold. Dwarf and standard sizes available. Cut spent flower stalks
back to the ground for re-bloom. Heat and drought tolerant. Plant tubers 3 –
4 inches deep.
|$21.15 - 3 gallon|
Evergreen coarse-textured fern with leathery green leaves. Makes excellent ground
cover under trees in cool moist locations. .
|$19.75 - 3 gallon|
A widely available evergreen fern, also known as river fern. The coppery-red new
fronds contrast nicely with the older shiny, dark green fronds. One of the easiest
ferns to establish, and provides a picturesque plant for borders or woodland
gardens. Grows best in moist humus-rich soil.
|$19.75 - 3 gallon|
Huge, dramatic flowers in red, white, or pink, often with a contrasting eye. The
blossoms may reach 8-12” across! Bloom season is from summer to frost. Large
green leaves provide an excellent background for the bed or border or may stand
alone in the landscape. Tolerant to heat and drought.
|$23.50 - 3 gallon|
Grown primarily for their colorful foliage and beautiful mounding form. Bold,
textured leaves may be green, blue-green, yellow or variegated. Flowers rise
from the center of the plant in summer and may be in shades of blue to white.
Excellent source of color for shady beds and borders. Good companion plants
for spring flowering bulbs. Needs shade and highly organic soil. Best adapted
in north and east Texas.
|$23.45 - 3 gallon|