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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. 

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. 

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.

  • 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.

  • 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: 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.

If you want to attract lots of hummingbirds, then the easy-growing firebush will do the trick. Also called scarlet bush, it is not only among the easiest of plants to grow, but it also stays in bloom throughout the growing season with clusters of tubular red buds and flowers. It's drought tolerant but doesn't mind regular watering. It is perfectly happy in alkaline soils but also fine in acid ones. Full sun will keep it happy and blooming, but so will a fair amount of shade. Firebush makes a great, fast-flowering annual shrub for borders or containers.  In addition to attracting hummingbirds, vivid, long-blooming firebush serves as both larval food and nectar plant for butterflies

Showcasing red, delicate flowers in large loose clusters throughout the warmer months of the year or nearly year-round where winters are mild, the red firecracker fern is also known as the Coral Fountain Plant since it looks like a fountain of green, fine textured stems covered in colorful tubular flowers originating from a central point. It looks great spilling from containers, raised beds, over walls, and can even be used as an informal groundcover.   The firecracker fern thrives in sun or part shade is drought tolerant once it is well established and virtually maintenance free.  It can also be considered for xeriscaping and is excellent for attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. 

If you are looking for a plant that is tough as nails and blooms from spring through fall, then guara may be a great fit for your garden.  With white or pink flowers, guara is a Texas native that loves full sun and tolerates drought.   The blooms have earned it the common name of Whirling Butterflies since it gives the impression of butterflies flitting in the breeze when the wind is blowing.  The flowers also attract hummingbirds.

Society garlic, a groundcover that produces delicate, star-shaped purple flowers, grows to about a foot tall and is wonderful in borders or mass plantings. Native to the rocky grasslands in eastern South Africa, society garlic is actually not in the same category as garlic and onions.  They are however in the same plant family as onion. The common name "society garlic" comes from the old rumor that this plant tastes like garlic without causing bad breath.  It does produce sweet-smelling flowers with stems that smell faintly of garlic when crushed.  Society garlic is a perennial with narrow, grass-like green leaves that reach about a foot tall and flowers rise up on stalks about two feet tall. 

Chrysanthemums are a classic addition to brighten any autumn garden. Growing mums is not complicated once you learn the basics of chrysanthemum care. The right chrysanthemum flowers for your garden will come from a diverse selection of hardy or garden mums. When growing mums, you’ll find plants that are dwarf to giant, in colors from white and yellow to the deepest burgundy and purple. Mums may be planted in either spring or autumn, though fall offers the greatest benefit of avoiding summer heat and should be planted in well-draining soil. They are adaptable to soil types, but do best in organic soils and prefer a sunny spot in the landscape. The most important technique of how to care for mums is pinching expended blooms. This will ensure an abundant show of autumn color. 

With yellow, daisy-like flowers during spring and early summer on thin wiry stems that wave in the breeze and flag down passing butterflies, this native perennial is also known as hymenoxys. The long narrow leaves of gray-green foliage form a clump from which the flower stems arise. When in full bloom, Four Nerve Daisy can appear covered with flowers and the individual flowers are long lasting.  The bright-yellow flowers are mostly found from February through early summer, although it has been known to show flowers almost every day of the year.