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  1. Gladiolus Plum Tart (Bulb), Purple Gladiolus, Hot Pink Gladiolus

    Give Gladiolus ‘Plum Tart’ a try and you’ll be glad you did. Dramatic magenta-purple flowers fill the tall stems of this hardy plant and combined with its sword-like foliage yo...

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    Give Gladiolus ‘Plum Tart’ a try and you’ll be glad you did. Dramatic magenta-purple flowers fill the tall stems of this hardy plant and combined with its sword-like foliage you have a combo of intense summer color and strong vertical elements, giving your summer garden a fresh chapter. Easy-to-grow, Gladiolus ‘Plum Tart’ is 36-44 inches tall making it perfect for a perennial bed or as a key element in a cutting garden. Hardy in zones 8-11, they can be grown in cooler zones as annuals.

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  2. Bearded Iris Millennium Sunrise

    Millennium Sunrise Bearded Iris (Iris germanica) is a bright apricot/yellow Bearded Iris with large, picture perfect blooms. Iris germanica Millennium Sunrise has classically formed ...

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    Iris germanica Millennium Sunrise Millennium Sunrise Bearded Iris Iris germanica Millennium Sunrise
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    Millennium Sunrise Bearded Iris (Iris germanica) is a bright apricot/yellow Bearded Iris with large, picture perfect blooms. Iris germanica Millennium Sunrise has classically formed petals with laced and serrated edges, making it a garden standout. A prolific bloomer. 38-40" tall. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric). Pair with Bearded Iris Dance The Night Away for a stunning combination.
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Plants For Texas

Texas has many, very different ecoregions and gardeners need to understand the gardening conditions in their region as it relates to rainfall, soil type and temperature ranges that will dictate suitable plant choices. If you’re in Eastern Texas or along the Gulf Coast, choose from Plants For The Southeast. These featured plants are best suited for Central, Northern and West Texas.

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