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Widow’s Tears

Winter annual that grows well in shady areas. Grass like sprouts emerge in late October or November that develop into surprisingly dense clumps. In the spring stems adorned with lavender flowers [...]

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Dayflower

Shade or part sun. Mounding perennial with soft stems up to 3 feet tall if supported by other material. Small sky-blue flowers appear in the spring, summer and fall when temperatures and moisture [...]

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Gray Shrub Sage

Sun or light shade. A low, mounding evergreen salvia with woody stems and aromatic greyish foliage. Sky-blue flowers appear as early as February and may last all season long.\n\nNative to the [...]

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Blue Curls

Plant in well-drained soil with partial sun and prevent extended exposure to afternoon sun.\n\nCaterpillars or blue curls is a leafy annual or biennial which grows 1-3 ft. tall. Its purple to [...]

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Dwarf Plumbago

Shade or partial (morning) sun. Perennial, freezing back in winter. Foliage is dark green, turning bronze in autumn. The flowers somewhat resemble the unrelated shrub plumbago, but in a striking [...]

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Bluebonnet

Full sun; a cool-season annual climaxing with spikes of blue flowers along Texas roadsides in mid to late spring. Also available in maroon, white, rosy-pink and light blue forms. Plant by seed on [...]

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Flax Lily

Dry shade to part shade; evergreen, ribbon-like foliage with small blooms in spring. Used as a foliage plant, it plays a role comparable to cast-iron plant, bicolor and butterfly iris. It may [...]

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Duranta

Partial sun; morning sun is preferred. Nearly evergreen in mild winters, this Mexican verbena can freeze to the ground and quickly rebound after very cold temperatures. Purple flowers appear [...]

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Blue Shrub Sage

Sun to partial shade. A deciduous and mostly inconspicuous native sage with an open branching habit. Leaves and flowers are both edible. It’s not at all common in the nursery trade, but [...]

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Mealy Cup Sage

Sun/part shade. An herbaceous perennial; it appears in spring with blue flower spikes all summer long. A short-lived perennial, it normally freezes back down to the ground in winter. Finches and [...]

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