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Kale

Sun. Kale is a cool-season leafy green vegetable with high nutritional value. It’s considered much closer to the original wild form of cabbage, but unlike domesticated cabbage, kale’s [...]

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Globe Amaranth

Full sun; a drought-tolerant annual that blooms in a variety of colors including white, purple, pink and red. Easily grown from seed planted in early summer.\n\nBachelor’s button has [...]

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Cowpen Daisy

Sun. A fairly large herbaceous perennial with grey-green toothed leaves and cheerful yellow flowers throughout the warm season. The flowers can be distinguished from similar daisy and sunflower [...]

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Coleus

Sun or shade; annual. Grown for vivid foliage, generally in shades of pink, purple, green, and maroon. The small purple blooms are not showy. Coleus are most useful for quickly livening up a [...]

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Chisme

Chisme (Spanish for gossip) spreads like gossip from seed, though easily removed. The low growing annual fills in nicely around other larger plants and displays attractive fuchsia flowers in the [...]

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Zinnia

Full hot sun; an annual with dahlia-like flowers in shades of yellow, orange, pink and white especially in early summer. Mildew affects many zinnias; ‘Dreamland’ is considered [...]

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Vinca ‘Cora’

Full sun; annual, with prolific summer blooms in shades of pink, rose and white about the size of a quarter. Best planted in early summer so as not to prolong heavy watering into the [...]

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Summer Snapdragon

Partial shade or bright shade. A warm-season perennial in Zones 8-11 with narrow pointed leaves and 8-inch flower spikes in shades of pink and lavender. Short stature makes angelonia a natural [...]

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Candlestick Senna

Sun. A fast-growing lush tropical shrub generally treated as a very large annual in San Antonio (since, without sufficient protection, it’ll probably die to the ground in winter). [...]

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