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Bulbine plant profile!

We are starting to create individual Texas native plants profiles and today we will put the spotlight on Bulbine (B. frutescens, B. caulescens). From the entry: “This aloe looking perennial is a sure candidate for most Xeriscape designs in Austin. The blooms are stellar, very unique and interesting. We install it as a low layer

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Texas Redbud (Cercis canadensis var. texensis) Plant Profile!

We are starting to create individual Texas native plants profiles and Texas Redbud (Cercis canadensis var. texensis) is our fifth.   From the entry: “You really cant go wrong with this small and beautiful Texas native tree. Drought tolerant, this tree provides three landscape intrests: an explosion of very showy flowers at early spring, foliage

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Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii) Plant Profile!

We are starting to create individual Texas native plants profiles and Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii) is our fourth.   From the entry: “We love using Black-eyed Susan for its versatility. This short growing perennials is not only deer resistant but also drought tolerant and part shade tolerant, meaning you can use it pretty much

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Mexican Bush Sage (Salvia Leucantha) Profile!

We are starting to create individual Texas native plants profiles and Mexican Bush Sage (Salvia Leucantha) is our second.   From the entry: “There is a reason why this waterwise perennial is becoming increasingly common in Austin neighborhoods. A truly stellar choice! This reliable shrub never fails to impress us. Pest and drought resistant, the only maintenance

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Texas Sage (Leucophyllum Frutescens) Profile!

We are starting to create individual Texas native plants profiles and Texas Sage (Leucophyllum Frutescens) is our second.   From the entry: “One of our absolutely favorites! This tough as nails,drought tolerant evergreen absolutely thrives in Central Texas and Austin landscapes. A healthy full grown Cenizo is truly a sight to behold; After a good

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Sky Flower (Duranta Erecta) Profile!

We are starting to create individual Texas native plants profiles and Skyflower (Duranta Erecta) is our first.   From the entry: “There are a few adapted evergreens that not only have a long period of profuse flowering but are also well adapted to both sun and part shade. Although Sky Flower will die to the

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