Posts Tagged ‘NICE!’

Lindheimer muhly, a native accent grass

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Landscapers who use natives have shown that many native grasses can be some of the most effective and easy-to-grow yard plants.

A nice bloomer during the hot summer

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The bright-red flower of Turk’s cap is not the regular “mallow-like” open five-petal bloom.

Esperanza – a hope for summer blooms

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As its common name “esperanza” (Spanish for “hope”) seems to suggest, Tecoma stans is our great hope for showy flowers during the heat of late summer.

An American beauty

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American beautyberry (Callicarpa americana ) is an easy-to-grow shrub that does well in the shade of large trees.

Coral honeysuckle is the perfect vine for landscapes

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Its whorls of bright-red trumpet flowers, shiny dark-green oval and oblong leaves, and red berries make this honeysuckle a showy vine for home landscaping.

Redbuds show that spring is here

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If the redbuds are blooming, can the bluebonnets be far behind?