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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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Baretta

Sun or partial shade. Evergreen. A slender small tree native in Northern Mexico and around Rio Grande City in Texas. Crushed leaves are fragrant.

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Guayacan

Sun or partial shade, often found growing in thickets of Southwest Texas. Its leaves appear to grow straight out of the branches, giving it a narrow upright form even in its wild state. In the [...]

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Old Man’s Beard

Sun or partial shade. A perennial vine, most often seen along roadsides or fences, where its wispy plumes are a signature of late summer. Male and female plants produce different flowers, but [...]

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Croton

Sun. A humble annual croton with silvery-yellow, fragrant leaves. The flowers are tiny. Ubiquitous in the rocky limestone of the Edwards Plateau and sandy soils, it forms a wild groundcover in [...]

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Texas Redbud

Partial shade. The traffic-stopping sight of redbud in bloom is one of the earliest signs of spring; pink flowers smother the bare branches for a couple of weeks before the leaves appear. Texas [...]

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Blue Grama

Sun. A short 4\” bunchgrass with thin leaves and a plush texture. The large seedheads may extend up to a foot or more in autumn, suspended horizontally from the stems.\n\nFully grown blue [...]

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Fennel

Dappled shade or morning sun. Evergreen, with feathery, threadlike leaves on tall, hollow stems. Umbels of tiny yellow flowers appear with warm weather. \n\nA soft-textured perennial in any herb [...]