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Starting in mid-spring, Lamium produces clusters of pink or white flowers. This delightful groundcover can rebloom off and on through the summer, creating months of color. And even when its not blooming, the silver-infused foliage of these shade plants brighten up shady corners. Lamium usually stays about 8 inches tall and grows best in Zones 4-8.

Due to the unique climates and soils in Texas, planting native plants in Texas is one of the best ways to ensure a beautiful and successful garden. NPSOT is a non-profit organization run by volunteers who work to promote native plant appreciation, research, and conservation through local chapters around the state.

Here's the perfect plant to brighten shady spots in your yard. Japanese forestgrass bears screamingly chartreuse foliage in a gracefully arching mound that looks good from spring to fall.

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Love the corals and rusts in this container

No-Mow Garden ~Variegated Japanese Sedge {Carex morrowii 'Aurea-variegata'} ~Attractive, mounding ornamental grass with stiff lustrous green and creamy white striped blades. Great low border or groundcover, or use in pots or rock gardens. Adds a wonderful effect near ponds and water gardens. Evergreen perennial.

Love this dry stream--great idea for runoff from a slope as suggested or in my case from our geothermal system. By Jan Johnsen/Serenity in the Garden

Astilbe in a border makes a fabulous show & grows equally well in full sun/partial shade. .LOVE this bright pink!

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Angelonia -It’s easy to grow and flowers profusely (AND IT’S PURPLE!) great plant for our dry spells and heat. Not fussy about soil either. Butterflies love it! Link

pottery urn creates a focal point in a shade garden...

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Potted Plants and Color Combos

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