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Cuphea llavea is a bushy to mounding perennial subshrub. This perennial will flower from spring till fall and is a great attractor of hummingbirds to the garden.
Evergreen mid-sized shrub with a subtropical to tropical appearance and bell-shaped flowers. Fiery-orange blooms appear all summer. Heat tolerant and pest resistant.
This plant produces fragrant honey scented flowers from spring until fall. Leaves are linear giving the plant an overall fine texture.
These beautiful flowers open in the morning hours. Can withstand high heat and humidity. Plant in loose, rich soil and keep moist.
The foliage is a very attractive burgundy shade and it keeps its color throughout the season. Can handle full sun to moderately shady conditions and needs a well-drained soil.
Bright orange-red flowers in clusters late spring to early fall. The stems and flower stalks also have a red hue. Heat and drought tolerant and requires excellent drainage.
Ducksfoot Super Coleus will grow to a height of 2 feet making it ideal for borders and as a large container specimen plant.
Early Sunrise produces semi-double, deep yellow flowers that flush to orange-yellow near the center. They grow to a height of 18 inches tall.
Native to Mexico, thin wiry-like foliage and flowers from Spring until Fall. Great for containers or for spilling over walls, and great for producing movement in the garden.
Leebea Orange Crush has a bright orange fragrant flower with a red eye. This cultivar is a tetraploid, semi-evergreen that can get up to 18″ tall.
May Night Sage can get 18-36″ tall and 24″ wide at maturity. This is a great plant to attract birds and bees into the garden.
The foliage is linear in shape and is fuzzy in texture, the flowers are lavender with white in color and they are fuzzy.
Bright green hair-like leaves grows in a clump. Flowers in late summer. The foliage will turn a straw color while the flowers will fade from silver to a golden color.
Cuphea hyssopifolia is a small, round shrub in nature. Cuphea hyssopifolia prefers a moist, well-drained soil, is heat tolerant and moderately drought tolerant.
Pink Texas Skullcap has Thyme-like foliage and has a dense growth habit, remaining neat and compact.
Has thick sword shaped recurved gray-green foliage. Flowers bloom spring until early fall on tall stalks. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies into the garden.
Sunscape has yellow flowers that can get up to 5″ in diameter with a plant height of 24 inches.
Texas Lantana is drought tolerant, salt tolerant, deer tolerant, and has outstanding heat tolerance. Texas Lantana is great at attracting butterflies into the garden.
The leaves are finely textured, almost needle-like. From spring and throughout the summer intense yellow buttercup-shaped flowers.
This is a shrub-like perennial that can get woody at the base, it should come back every year if planted South of its native habitat.
This plant reaches 3-4′ but can grow as tall as 10 feet with an equal spread. It has long pendulous bright red flowers that are 2 to 3 inches long.
Stemodia tomentosa is a mat forming groundcover that has soft, silver grey foliage, similar to Lambs Ears, and small purple flowers early spring to frost.