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Aug 28, 2016· Local oak trees that thrive in South Texas are able to stand up to the area’s high heat and low-water conditions. These include the Lacey Oak, Red Oak, Live Oak, Monterrey Oak and Bur Oak. Other trees such as Cedar Elm, Pistache, and Mexican Sycamore require relatively low-water when established and provide a great deal of shade to otherMore
Perennial Plants for South Texas Landscapes. (Dianthus carophyllus): fragrant, red flowers; everblooming; good cut flower, cool weather plant; sun to part shade; 1 foot. HARDY AGERATUM (Eupatorium coelestinum): blue flowers; fall blooming; invasive; Texas native; hardy; drought tolerant; shear in summer to promote business; sun to partMore
Iron Plant”, mesic, grows slowly, evergreen. Chamomile (Chamaemelum spp.) — Annual herb, mesic, pm shade, bloom used for tea; Columbine (Aquilegia spp.) Part sun to shade, 15-18 inches. The yellow blooming Texas Gold and the red and yellow Aquilegia canadensis perform well here. xeric, dormant in summer if not watered.More
Apr 01, 2018· Ajuga (Ajuga reptans) — 3-6″, perennial ground cover with purple leaves, and blooms; Cast Iron Plant”,mesic, grows slowly, evergreen.Chamomile (Chamaemelum spp.) — Annual herb, mesic, pm shade, bloom used for tea; Frog Fruit (Phyla nodiflora) — Low growing ground cover 3’4″, xeric, blooms; Holly Fern (Cyrtomium falcatum) — evergreen, mesic. . Good for containeMore
Plants for Shade; Lawn Grasses for Bexar County & Central/South Texas; Patio Citrus for Texas; Low Water-Use Plants for South Texas; Container Gardening or Porta-Growing; Earth Kind An Environmental Stewardship Program . Visit the Texas Superstars Page (Aggie Hort) Read “Texas SuperStars Economic Impact on the “Green Industry in TexasMore
Jan 18, 2017· 5 Beautiful Plants for Your Shaded Area. Once you’ve created an outdoor oasis that protects you from the heat of the Texas sun, you have a new challenge on your hands: landscaping.Whether you plan to maintain a shade garden in a bed bordering your patio or just want a few hanging baskets to brighten up your outdoor room, choosing plants that are built for shade isMore