Rocky limestone soil in well-drained east- or north-facing sites, shaded by oaks or junipers. Madrone is evergreen, with white flowers in spring. It may be Texas’ loveliest tree, with [...]
Sun or partial shade. Evergreen. A slender small tree native in Northern Mexico and around Rio Grande City in Texas. Crushed leaves are fragrant.
Sun or light shade. Evergreen. An interesting yaupon holly cultivar, admired for its architectural form. Like Italian cypress, this variety grows as a classic exclamation mark in the landscape, [...]
Partial shade or morning sun. Evergreen. A small tree or large shrub related to citrus, with glossy trifoliate foliage, white flowers, and unusual lobed seedpods (for a citrus) which explode in [...]
Full sun. A mix of buffalo grass, blue grama and curly mesquite; it can establish fairly quickly by seed (in about one month.) Thunderturf aims to provide a soft native texture suitable for bare [...]
Full sun. A native turf mix (\”The Ecological Lawn\”) consisting of a mix of buffalo grass, blue grama and curly mesquite; it establishes quickly (in about one month) requires little [...]
Sun (at least 6 hours/day during summer.) A warm season shortgrass, drought tolerant and useful as a turf grass. It may grow up to about a foot in height, but normally stays at about six inches. [...]
Best in partial shade. Evergreen down to freezing temperatures; otherwise root hardy, but avoid winter moisture. An interesting bi-generic succulent hybrid between Agave and Manfreda, with many [...]
Sun. Evergreen. A fast-growing shade tree in the red oak subgroup, with large crinkled leaves that strongly resemble the unrelated Japanese loquat. In spring, the emerging new leaves add a [...]
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