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A well-behaved evergreen needle yucca.
A signature Texas native: deer-proof and drought proof.
A wild morning-glory for native fencelines.
An excellent mid-sized pine for south-central Texas, with a moderate growth rate.
Nothing says "South Texas Brush Country" quite as pointedly as this native evergreen.
A big thornless shrub that serves up fragrant white blooms -- and butterflies -- all summer long.
A star in the fall, with clusters of brilliant purple berries.
A tough ornamental tree or shrub, native to Southwest Texas.
The Sandpaper Tree: a South Texas specialty.
This is the go-to native milkweed for clay, sand and caliche if you want to attract monarch butterflies.
A West Texas evergreen, and a fast-growing anchor for the watersaver landscape.
Fast-growing and fragrant.
Artemisia x 'Powis Castle'
Aromatic, feathery foliage adds a touch of silver to the shade garden.
Agave parryi var. truncata
A petite, architectural agave.
The "divine fruit" is tough, versatile and low-maintenance.