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Wild black cherry tree - national gardening association

Lily-of-the-Valley/ Very Fragrant, will attract Butterflies and Hummingbirds. Plant with "White" Moonflower Vine which is also fragrant and a white midnight garden plant. WARNING-berries are poisonous, spreads quickly and never plant under SHALLOW rooted trees, they'll compete for water and nutrients.

Crepe myrtles...beautiful in Texas this year. Cut first blooms off, and they will bloom again. (if they are small enough to reach blooms)

blue hydrangeas + white impatiens

Sweet Bay Magnolia Sweet bay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana) Zones 5–9 Lustrous dark green leaves with silvery undersides are deciduous in the North, evergreen in the South. Lemon-scented creamy white flowers in spring/early summer. Grows 10–20 feet high and wide in the North, to 60 feet high in the South, where it is happiest. Needs moist, acid soil in sun to partial shade.

Spirea 'Bridal Wreath' Grows to 5' tall and wide. An old favorite with double white flowers on arching branches. Blooms in early spring. Grows best in full sun or part shade.

Bearded Iris in any colour - LOVE the foliage when mass planted

BUTTER AND EGGS, 1777 It’s back! This charming name gets mistakenly applied to all sorts of double yellow daffodils, so let the buyer beware. Ours is the authentic Southern heirloom — hardy north to zone 5 — that’s been a folk favorite and pass along plant for centuries. Its soft yellow petals are interspersed with shorter ones of gold to almost orange, and The English Flower Garden praised it as “handsome and abundant.” Aka N. incomparabilis aurantius plenus, 4 Y-Y, 16-18”, zones 5b-8b

Lavender Hidcote - This easy-to-grow sun perennial thrives in full sun. Keeps bugs away