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Texas mountain laurel - Heat and drought tolerant. Makes an attractive evergreen accent to your landscape. Full sun Small tree or shrub Grows up to 25 feet tall and 6 to 12 feet wide Blooms lavender/purple clusters of fragrant flowers in Spring Use as a patio tree or untrained as a screen Native - Sophora secundiflora
Eastern Redbud Tree (AKA American Redbud) - The red bud can either be a large shrub or small tree and can reach heights of 20-30 feet, with as much as a 35 foot spread. It It typically grows to 6–9 m (20–30 feet) tall with a 8–10 m (25–35 foot) spread. Usually the trunk is pretty short with long spreading branches.
Cercis canadensis 'Ace of Hearts' - A new, compact redbud tree with a dense, dome-shaped canopy that is perfect for the smaller-sized yard. An excellent specimen plant with clusters of light violet, sweet pea-like blooms in spring. Small, semi-glossy, heart-shaped leaves turn yellow in fall. Deciduous. 12' tall 15' wide
Hesperaloe parviflora, also known as Red Yucca, Hummingbird Yucca, and Samandoque, is a plant that is native to Chihuahuan desert of west Texas east and south into central and south Texas and northeastern Mexico around Coahuila.
Allium Light:Sun,Part SunZones:4-9Plant Type:BulbPlant Height:4 inches - 3 feet tallPlant Width:To 1 foot wideLandscape Uses:Containers,Beds & Borders,GroundcoverSpecial Features:Flowers,Attractive Foliage,Fragrant,Cut Flowers,Dried Flowers,Attracts Butterflies,Drought Tolerant,Deer Resistant,Easy to Grow
Redbud My neighbors across the street from me have a cute little pale yellow bungalow home with a redbud behind it in the backyard that provides a halo of mauve blooms that frame the house in the spring. So picturesque.
Redbud Mexican Tree: A medium sized tree with the trunk divided close to the ground. Forms a spreading flat-topped to rounded crown with graceful ascending branches. Leaves are a lustrous dark green in summer turning yellow-green to yellow in autumn. Moderate growth rate. The flowers are a striking feature in early spring.