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2012 Texas Native Plants | Calloways Nursery

2012 Texas Native Plants | Calloways Nursery

A small backyard with no grass is transformed into a natural oasis by using all Texas native plants, including the native prairie grass. A small dry creek splits the yard with recessed boulders at the edge.

A small backyard with no grass is transformed into a natural oasis by using all Texas native plants, including the native prairie grass. A small dry creek splits the yard with recessed boulders at the edge.

Fall colors of Flame Sumac

Fall colors of Flame Sumac

Texas Sage  Light: Full Sun  Height: 3′ – 8′  Spacing/Spread: 3′ – 6′  Evergreen: Yes.  Color: Purple-pink flowers, silver-gray foliage.

Texas Sage Light: Full Sun Height: 3′ – 8′ Spacing/Spread: 3′ – 6′ Evergreen: Yes. Color: Purple-pink flowers, silver-gray foliage.

Texas yellowstar - Native to Texas, Oklahoma, and several states in the Southeast, it is easily grown from seed scattered on the soil in fall. Plant low-growing Texas yellowstar near the front of the border; it tolerates a variety of soils and handles drought like a champion. After the flowers fade, its slightly fuzzy leaves add a welcome splash of green to the garden for weeks. It will reseed.

Texas yellowstar - Native to Texas, Oklahoma, and several states in the Southeast, it is easily grown from seed scattered on the soil in fall. Plant low-growing Texas yellowstar near the front of the border; it tolerates a variety of soils and handles drought like a champion. After the flowers fade, its slightly fuzzy leaves add a welcome splash of green to the garden for weeks. It will reseed.

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