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Daisy, Black Foot

Daisy, Black Foot

Botanical Name: Melampodium leucanthum

Texas native mounding perennial with an abundance of small white flowers throughout the warm season. Grows up to twelve inches tall and wide. Easily self propigates by seed becoming a massing in a couple years.

 

The white flower petals surround a small yellow senter, reaching only one inch total in width. Attracts bees, butterflies, and birds easily. Must be provided well draining soils; blooms best in full sun.

 

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Daisy, Bush

Daisy, Bush

Botanical Name: Gamolepis chrysanthemoides
Evergreen shrub-forming perennial that grows up to six feet tall and four feet wide. Gray-green to green foliage is complimented by the yellow daisy-like flowers that persist until winter.

Desert Willow, 'Sweet Bubba'

Desert Willow, 'Sweet Bubba'

Botanical Name: Chilopsis linearis 'Sweet Bubba'

'Sweet Bubba' is a cultivated variety of the Chilopsis linearis plant, commonly known as desert willow. The 'Sweet Bubba' cultivar is primarily known for its ornamental value. It features attractive, trumpet-shaped flowers that bloom during the summer months, creating a stunning display of color. The flowers of 'Sweet Bubba' are dark burgundy, and are quite abundant and appear in clusters, adding a vibrant touch to any landscape. Easily attracts pollinators such as hummingbirds and bees.

In addition to its beautiful flowers, 'Sweet Bubba' also possesses slender, willow-like leaves that are green and elongated. These leaves add an elegant and graceful element to the tree's overall appearance. During the autumn season, the foliage of 'Sweet Bubba' turns yellow, providing a final burst of color before the leaves drop.

One of the notable attributes of Desert Willow is its adaptability to various growing conditions. It is particularly well-suited for arid and semi-arid regions, thriving in dry, desert-like environments. This makes it a popular choice for gardens and landscapes in many areas of Texas. It prefers well-drained soil and full sun exposure for optimal growth and flowering. While it can tolerate a range of soil types, it thrives in sandy or loamy soils.


Dianella, Variegated Flax Lily

Dianella, Variegated Flax Lily

Botanical Name: Dianella tasmanica 'Variegata'

Variegated form of Flax Lily.  The olive green leaves have outer stripes of light green foliage, providing a striking contrast in any flowerbed. Clump forming habit makes it ideal for borders or massings. 

Small blue flowers appear in the spring, followed by small dark blue berry fruits that are reportedly poisonous.   Can tolerate full sun, however thrives in morning sun and filtered afternoon shade. Once established, is somewhat drought tolerant. 


Dianthus

Dianthus

Botanical Name: Dianthus caryophyllus 'DiaDeur™ Pink+Red Dianthus'

DiaDuer Pink & Red Dianthus from Ball Seed is a remarkable variety of the Dianthus family, known for its ability to withstand cold temperatures down to 10 degrees Fahrenheit. This cold-hardy plant not only adds beauty to your garden but also attracts essential pollinators like bees and butterflies, contributing to the local ecosystem. To ensure its health and vibrancy, regular fertilization is recommended.

This Dianthus variety favors morning sun and afternoon dappled shade. Its striking multicolored blooms, combining vivid red and pink hues, make it an eye-catching addition to gardens and containers. With a mature size of 14" by 12", it's a perfect fit for container gardening and small spaces. Furthermore, its versatility extends to indoor cultivation, allowing you to bring it inside during freezing weather, providing a practical solution for the unpredictability of our Texas climate.


 


Dianthus

Dianthus

Botanical Name: Dianthus chinensis

Easy annual that does well in hot weather. Stiff upright stems that branch repeatedly, topped with flat clusters of single or double flowers in red, pink, white, or bicolors. No maintenance needed.


Dreameria Sweet Dreams Thrift

Dreameria Sweet Dreams Thrift

Botanical Name: Armeria pseudarmeria 'Sweet Dreams'

Compact perennial with tidy growth habit and eye catching flowers on stems that reach above the plant. Easily attracts butterflies and shows tolerance to deer, heat, and light frost. Will bloom early spring to frost and ideal for small flower beds or container plantings. Performs best when old flowers are trimmed off, which is simple due to the tall stems that reach above the foliage.

Performs best in a sunny location with well drained soils. Avoid overwatering.