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Bulbine 4″ pot $1.88
Perennial
Light: Full Sun
Growth Habit: 1′ tall x 2′-3′ wide
Water: Low to none after established
Evergreen to 25° F
Succulent stems topped with orange or yellow petals with frilly stamens. Enjoy the ease of this low maintenance, xeriscape plant. Spreads by underground rhizomes. Can be divided.


Euryops, $4.88, 1 gal.
Perennial
Light: Partial to Full Sun
Growth Habit: 4′-6′ tall and wide
Water: Occasionally, more in extreme heat
Evergreen to 25° F
Cheerful, sunshine-yellow, daisy-like blooms look amazing against a contrast of dark- green leaves. Blooms nearly year round, heaviest in spring. Quick grower. Great specimen for beds, borders, mass plantings and containers.


Geranium, $4.88, 6″ pot
Tender Perennial (damage by frost)
Light: Partial to Full Sun
Growth Habit: 5″- 2′ tall x 1′-1.5′ wide
Water: Regular, let dry a little between watering
Damage at 25°-30°, bring in to overwinter.
During spring months, geraniums can be placed in full sun. When the heat of summer arrives, move to a spot where they can receive some shade in the afternoon. Deadhead entire spent flower stalk to encourage more blooms.


Waxleaf Begonia, 66 cents, 4″ pot
Annual
Light: Part Sun/Shade (bronzeleaf more tolerant of sun)
Growth Habit: 8″-15″ tall and wide
Water: Regular, keep soil moist but not soggy
Damage at 35°
One of our favorite, shade tolerant bloomers. Waxleaf begonias look amazing in mass plantings, as well as borders and containers. Pinching back blooms can rejuvenate and fill out plants that have gotten too leggy.


Bluebonnets, Free with purchase, 4″ pot
Wildflower
Light: Full Sun
Growth Habit: 6″-12″ tall and wide
Water: keep moist, not soggy for 2-3 weeks til established, then drought tolerant
Bluebonnets can thrive in most soils as long as they are well draining. Planting in decomposed granite has great success according to Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. plant them as loners, as they don’t like to be crowded out by other plants.

Assorted Succulents
Light: Bright, indirect light
Growth Habit: Varies
Water: Medium, Allow to dry between watering
Hardy to about 40° F
Plant in a fast-draining soil mix, specific for cactus and succulents. Fertilize in summer as you would houseplants, don’t fertilize in winter. These hardy little plants are beautiful and almost indestructible. Overwatering is the most common detrimental mistake.

 

Fruit Trees, $4.00 off any one 5 gallon (limit one per person)
We have so many fruit trees right now, it might be hard to make a decision on which one to take home with you. Peach, pear, plum, apple, fig, pomegranate, apricot, persimmon and more. The blossoms are popping out on many of them, offering the promise of delicious fresh fruit to come.

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