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Dyckia

At least 50% sun. An evergreen, tender tropical succulent with stiff, colorful leaves in a variety of silver, green and burgundy shades. Often grown as a potted plant, they’re hardy in the [...]

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Mangave

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 [...]

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Brown-eyed Susan

Sun or partial shade, with well-drained soil. Blooming from late spring to summer, this cheerful, widespread wildflower is considered an annual to a short-lived perennial across its range. Showy [...]

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Swanflower

Sun or partial shade. Swanflower mimics a trailing grass. It can be recognized by its intriguing tubular flowers, resembling orchids or pitcher plants. \n\nSwanflower is a larval host for [...]

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Switchgrass

Sun partial-shade; a very large dense deep-rooted clump grass with tall panicles of flowers in late summer and fall. Once one of the dominant tallgrasses of the Blackland prairie and throughout [...]

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Bamboo Muhly

Sun/part shade. Billowing, feathery foliage makes for a graceful specimen and great special effects when backlit by the sun. Use it in the mid-level in a landscape bed, or cascading along [...]

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Mexican Hat

Sow seeds in the fall in sunny areas on a variety of soils. Plants from seed bloom in their second year.A plant branched and leafy in lower part with long leafless stalks bearing flower heads of [...]

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Little Bluestem

Sun/part shade; an attractive, small clumping grass that appears blue-green in summer and then copper from October to March.\n\nA host plant for butterflies, little bluestem also provides [...]

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Cedar Elm

Sun or shade; deciduous. Cedar elm is tall, tough, and adaptable as to soil type; its small, rough leaves, twining branches, and oval canopy are easily recognized throughout south-central Texas. [...]