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  • Model Number: 0558 A

Succulents form a vast and diverse group of plants, offering easy-care choices for your home.  They look stunning planted alone or as companions and offer an almost endless color variation. Echeveria is the perfect plant for forgetful gardeners.

  • Model Number: 9305

The hibiscus is a national symbol of Haiti and the national flower of nations including the Solomon Islands and Niue.  Known for their showy flowers, hibiscus are an easy way to add a tropical flair to your garden. When you know how to care for hibiscus plants, you will be rewarded with many years of lovely flowers. Although warm, humid conditions are ideal for tropical hibiscus, you may want to provide a little afternoon shade when it’s overly hot.  Whether in containers, flowerbeds or landscape shrubs, hibiscus are a wonderful addition to attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. 

  • Model Number: 1513

Also known as yellow bells, hardy yellow trumpet, or yellow alder, the tropical esperfanza is easily recognized by its large masses of lightly scented, golden-yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers amid the dark green foliage. These can be seen blooming from spring through fall. While esperanza perennials are grown in the landscape as shrubs or container plants for their beauty, they were once quite popular for their medicinal use as well.  Esperanza needs to be grown in warm conditions; preferably in full sun though afternoon shade is suitable as well.  While esperanza can tolerate a wide range of soil conditions, it’s preferable they be given fertile, well-draining soil. Therefore, any poor soil should be amended with  compost to improve its overall health and drainage.  Esperanza is extremely heat and drought tolerant.

  • Model Number: 1143

Beautiful blasts of blue best describe plumbago, a native of South Africa. With its’ ease of growth, minimal basic needs and negligible pest and disease problems, it is a nearly perfect choice for those who like to think of themselves as plant killers. Plumbago requires very little care and fulfills a variety of needs in the landscape. It is fast-growing and has light-green oblong leaves which are evergreen and stay the same color in winter, providing an attractive, year-round frame for its fragrant, phlox-like sky-blue flowers. To encourage its best growth and performance, plumbago should be planted in soils that are slightly acidic and drain well.  It tolerates partial sun and partial shade, but the flowers it produces won't be as numerous as those of plants grown in full sun conditions.  One of the best things about plumbago is that it's moderately tolerant to drought conditions, especially once it’s established in the landscape.  Watering once every week or two is sufficient.

  • Model Number: 5224

The national flower of Barbados is one of the most attractive heat loving plants for Central Texas. The species name pulcherrima literally means “very pretty” and it definitely lives up to the name. The blooms are clusters of orange-red with a tinge of gold on the edges.  Easy to grow in alkaline to acidic, well-drained soils, fast growing and bloom best in full sun. Considered drought tolerant once established.  Great for attracting butterflies.

  • Model Number: 0430

The clear crisp flowers and glossy green leaves of vinca are so perfect you may be tempted to rub them to see if they are real.  Also known as periwinkles, vincas are useful in borders, flowerbeds, rock gardens and containers and provides instant color wherever it grows. They come in a wide variety of colors from white, different pinks and lavender.  Vinca is drought tolerant and requires almost no maintenance to keep it looking terrific.  It performs best if you water the plants whenever the top inch or so of the soil feels dry to the touch. Take care not to overwater this plant; it's easily susceptible to root rot. 

There are more than 650 types of air plants, scientifically identified as Tillandsia, that can grow—and thrive—without soil and come in all sizes and colors.  Air plants are probably the easiest plant to grow so it's perfect for gardeners who tend to have a "black thumb."   Although air plants used to be a rare greenery, these hardy plants have become popular in the past couple years.  Many air plants grow with strap-shape or slender triangle-shape leaves, and most have attractive tubular or funnel-shape flower and are native to the southern United States, Mexico, Central America, and South America.

Deriving their name from the five-pointed petals on the flowers, Pentas are warm region tropical blooming plants.  They come in a profusion of colors, with flowers that are a variety of pink, red or white, but new cultivars have introduced tones of purple and lavender and mixed blooms such as pink with red centers.  When you know how to grow Pentas, you have a foolproof way of attracting hummingbirds and butterflies, too. 

Big, heart-shaped leaves that display amazing color combinations of white, pink, red and green best describe caladiums. They love hot, humid weather and grow best in full to partial shade, though most varieties can also be grow in full sun as long as they get plenty of water. This provides multiple options for planting caladiums in gardens, landscapes, and combining them with other sun loving annuals, perennials and bulbs. Decorate outdoor sitting areas with caladiums since they grow well in pots and planters and are the perfect solution for brightening a shady porch or a covered deck.  They also brighten up window boxes and hanging baskets and make a colorful border along a sidewalk or flowerbed.

These verbena-like flowers have long since been admired for their extended bloom time and also make a great choice for those wishing to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. There are several varieties of Lantana available that offer a multitude of colors such as red, yellow, orange, purple, pink and lavender. Though some parts of the country treat lantana as an annual, in Texas lantana is considered a perennial. Grow lantana flowers in the garden or in containers. Trailing varieties can even be grown in hanging baskets. They prefer full sun but will grow in partial shade as well. Lantana has also shown to be deer tolerant.

Growing lantana is a great way to add color and interest whether in the garden or in containers. Simply choose a sunny location and plant them in well-draining soil. Although these plants are tolerant of many soil conditions, lantana prefers slightly acidic soil. Lantana should be planted in spring once the threat of cold weather has passed. Keep in mind, however, that they prefer warm temperatures so new growth may be slow to appear. Once the temperatures warm up though, they will grow abundantly. While newly planted lantanas require fre

  • Model Number: 9262

Roses have a long and colorful history. They have been symbols of love, beauty, war, and politics and have been used as confetti at celebrations, for medicinal purposes, and as a source of perfume.  It wasn't until the late eighteenth century that cultivated roses were introduced into Europe from China. Most modern-day roses can be traced back to this ancestry. These introductions were repeat bloomers, making them unusual and of great interest to hybridizers, setting the stage for breeding work with native roses to select for hardiness and a long bloom season. Many of these early efforts by plant breeders are of great interest to today's gardeners.

  • Model Number: 0531

Deriving their name from the five-pointed petals on the flowers, Pentas are warm region tropical blooming plants.  They come in a profusion of colors, with flowers that are a variety of pink, red or white, but new cultivars have introduced tones of purple and lavender and mixed blooms such as pink with red centers.  When you know how to grow Pentas, you have a foolproof way of attracting hummingbirds and butterflies, too. 

  • Model Number: 0430

The clear crisp flowers and glossy green leaves of vinca are so perfect you may be tempted to rub them to see if they are real.  Also known as periwinkles, vincas are useful in borders, flowerbeds, rock gardens and containers and provides instant color wherever it grows. They come in a wide variety of colors from white, different pinks and lavender.  Vinca is drought tolerant and requires almost no maintenance to keep it looking terrific.  It performs best if you water the plants whenever the top inch or so of the soil feels dry to the touch. Take care not to overwater this plant; it's easily susceptible to root rot. 

  • Model Number: 0501

These verbena-like flowers have long since been admired for their extended bloom time and  also make a great choice for those wishing to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. There are several varieties of Lantana available that offer a multitude of colors such as red, yellow, orange, purple, pink and lavender.  Though some parts of the country treat lantana as an annual, in Texas lantana is considered a perennial. Grow lantana flowers in the garden or in containers. Trailing varieties can even be grown in hanging baskets.  They prefer full sun but will grow in partial shade as well.  Lantana has also shown to be deer tolerant.

An essential addition to any Central Texas garden or flowerbed, the hardy Butterfly weed is essential to the survival of Monarch butterflies. Mature butterflies feed on the nectar produced in the flowers, while the foliage provides food for their larvae. The brilliant orange and yellow flowers are showy in massed plantings, but fascinating up close with their intricate detail.  Butterfly weeds typical grow to around  three feet in height and are native throughout the eastern and southern regions of the country.

Whether you choose to grow it on a trellis, as a topiary or in a hanging basket, the mandevilla plant has become a common plant for patios and flowerbeds, and rightfully so. The brilliant mandevilla flowers add a tropical flair to any landscape. They need sandy, well-draining soil with plenty of organic material mixed in. A good soil mix for mandevilla plants include two parts peat moss or potting soil to one part builder’s sand. 

The Blackfoot Daisy is a rugged, heat and drought tolerant native - a superb choice for low-water wildflower gardens. White, yellow-centered, honey-scented daisies cover the mound of grey-green foliage throughout an extensive bloom period, given moderate summer moisture. 

Bougainvillea in the garden or as a hanging basket offers green foliage year round and brilliant color in summer.  Their orange, yellow, crimson or purple flowers are actually modified leaves called bracts. The bracts surround the actual flowers that are tiny and white.

Gerbera daisies are known for their bright and cheerful daisy-like flowers. They originate from South Africa and come in various sizes and colors including pink, yellow, salmon, orange and white, with flower sizes anywhere from 2 to 5 inches across. 

Haworthia is a dainty succulent plant which is frequently compared to an Aloe. Commonly known as the Zebra Cactus, the white wart like tubercles cover the back of the leaves in a pattern which resembles a Zebra stripe.  They are almost always small and very slow growing plants but tend to look brilliant in unusual containers or interesting soil mixes. As a result, they can make fantastic easy care gifts and presents for people, suiting either a home or office desk environment.

Succulents form a vast and diverse group of plants, offering easy-care choices for your home.  They look stunning planted alone or as companions and offer an almost endless color variation. Echeveria is the perfect plant for forgetful gardeners.

Foxtail ferns are not really ferns, as they’re multiplied from seeds and produce no spores. The common name likely came from the clumping habit of the plant that is similar to that of a fern. Foxtail asparagus ferns have an unusual, symmetrical look. These fern-like plants have arching plumes of tightly packed, needle-like leaves that look soft and delicate. Foxtail fern plants bloom with white flowers and produce red berries.

Flowering kalanchoes are staples of the Christmas season with their cheery clusters of blooms on compact, upright plants sure to brighten your windowsill.  

In recent years, the ponytail palm tree has become a popular houseplant and it is easy to see why. Its sleek bulb-like trunk and lush, long curly leaves make it visually stunning; and the fact that a ponytail palm is forgiving and easy in its care makes this an ideal houseplant for many people. 

If ever there was the perfect plant for the ultimate brown thumb, it is the easy to care for ZZ plant.  This virtually indestructible houseplant can take months and months of neglect and low light and still look amazing.