Would love this tree in the front yard! Southern Crepe Myrtle - this is a great tree. It comes in many different sizes and all sorts of colors. I like to use it in a spot where you need a tree that is not too large. It also flowers for a very long time!
Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis) Though tolerant of winter cold, the redbud likes the warm summers of its native Appalachian habitat. Its rosy-magenta spring flowers, heart-shaped leaves, and compact form translate well to suburban settings.
Pink Velour Crape Myrtles™ - an impressive ornamental colorful tree, makes beautiful privacy screens, blooms that last for months. More sun, more blooms. Grows to 8 feet. Mildew resistant and drought tolerant, easy care plant.
We are the oldest nursery in the US that Exclusively grows Crape Myrtles. We are the ORIGINAL inventors of the Patented Miniature Crape Myrtle and have specialized in online sales for over 20 years. Dwarf, Tree & Miniatures Available.
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
A simple visual guide to help identify the main types of hydrangea as well as answers to commong questions about growing, pruning, transplanting, winter care, and changing colors between pink and blue.