plant recommendations - Knowledgebase Question

san antonio, Te
Question by ceporter55
March 8, 2009
I'm looking for low maintenance, drought tolerant plants for a part sun area. Preferably less than two feet tall. Flowering plants would be a plus


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Answer from NGA
March 8, 2009

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Some of the best choices for low maintenance, drought tolerant plants are Texas natives. They adapt well to a wide range of growing conditions and the following are best in part shade/part sun exposures:

Cardinal Flower; Inland Sea Oats; Cedar Sage Beautyberry; Lyre Leaf Sage Mountain Sage; Pigeonberry Thoroughwort; Prairie Phlox Purple Winecup; Red Columbine White Winecup; Violet Katie Petunia; Turk's Cap River Fern, and Yellow Columbine.

Best wishes with your garden!

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