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Chard

Sun or light shade. A leafy green vegetable, often with brightly colored neon stalks. In Texas chard is often used as a winter annual, alongside other ornamentals. Depending on conditions, it may [...]

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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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Meyer Lemon

Best in sun, but tolerates shade. Evergreen. Meyer is a citrus-tangerine hybrid popular with home gardens due to its compact size and abundant fruit. The lemons are plump, juicy, and less acidic [...]

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Ryegrass

Sun. A cool-season grass used as a turf cover crop in high-traffic areas like golf courses, ballfields, and some ranches. It is occasionally used in residential lawns; it works best in yards with [...]

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Carolina Snailseed

Sun/part shade; deciduous, with a tenacious habit where established. Ornamental qualities include heart-shaped leaves and abundant red berries in autumn. The coiled seeds resemble snails. If [...]

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Bigtooth Maple

Sun/part shade; deciduous. Outstanding fall color. Bigtooth maple is fairly drought-tolerant and can grow up to 40 feet in the right setting; however, in the Edwards Plateau, it’s mostly a [...]

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Tangerine

Sun or partial shade. Evergreen, with intoxicating white blooms in spring and bountiful edible fruit ripening in November and December. Among the citrus, tangerine is perhaps the most cold- and [...]

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Mexican Honeysuckle

Sun/part shade; nearly evergreen, with velvety ovate leaves, floppy branches and a rounded shrub-like form. Orange tube flowers appear on and off throughout the year, but especially from June to [...]

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Chinese Holly (Dwarf)

Sun or shade; evergreen with very stiff glossy leaves. The spiny leaves are distinctive, with the central tip pointing downward and the outer tips pointing up, resembling horns. \n\nOften hedged, [...]