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Photinia

Sun or partial shade. Evergreen. A very large evergreen shrub, with abundant creamy flowers in spring. When it comes to photinia, most buyers are thinking of red-tipped photinia, whose new leaves [...]

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Mermaid Rose

Sun; semi-evergreen. An vigorous, climbing antique rose with saucer-sized (5-inch) yellow flowers. It can grow up to twenty feet tall and wide, covering trellises, garden structures and roofs. [...]

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Bay Laurel

Sun to part shade; an evergreen shrub or tree. In the right soils, bay laurel grows quite large and sturdy. It appreciates some protection from late afternoon sun in summertime.\n\nThis is the [...]

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Japanese Yew

Shade or partial shade. Evergreen. An architectural shrub or small tree with flat, needle-like dark green leaves and a fairly conical shape. Many sizes and forms are available. Yew tolerates [...]

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Laurel Viburnum

Sun or shade. Evergreen, with ovate leaves and dense cymes of pink or white flowers in spring. \n\n’Spring Bouquet’ is a widely available cultivar. On its own it may grow to tree [...]

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Lady Banks Rose

Sun; evergreen; 1-inch white or yellow blooms cover the plant like a thick blanket in spring or early summer, lasting up to 6 weeks. A vigorous climber, Lady Banks has been called the largest [...]

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Chinese Holly

Sun or shade; evergreen with stiff glossy leaves. The spiny leaves are distinctive, with the central tip pointing downward and the outer tips pointing up, resembling horns. Red berries in winter. [...]

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Coyotillo

Sun or partial shade; fuller form in sun. Thornless and evergreen, with soft, lime-green, strongly veined buckthorn leaves and a nice rounded shrub shape. It is one of the few South Texas natives [...]

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Burford Holly

Sun/part shade; evergreen; shiny, dark green leaves with sharp spines; ornamental red berries in late fall and winter. An excellent and frequently used foundation plant, fairly tolerant of [...]

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