Ferns and Lillies
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Ginger lilies are lovely perennial plants that bloom flowers in shades of white, yellow, orange or red. They are extremely hardy and will spruce up any garden or landscape with their beauty. The best time to plant ginger lilies is at the onset of spring, after the last frost.They should be planted in sunlight to part shade, in soil that is rich in humus and has good drainage
Flax lily is a striking plant with long, grasslike foliage that is often variegated in green and creamy white. In early summer, it sends up airy panicles of white, light blue, or violet star-shaped flowers followed by shiny dark blue berries. The plant is easy to grow and drought tolerant, and will grow in either sun or shade. It is beautiful in a large container, as well as beds.
Upright, emerald plumes make foxtail fern a gorgeous accent plant for container groupings or staging among tropicals. This beautiful fern is easy to grow and, some say, more decorative than its close relative, the asparagus fern. They like dappled light, and plenty of moisture
Shade-loving plant that thrives under the trees of SE Texas. This plant is very easy to divide and replant when the fern gets large. It lives through the winter, and in spring, new growth appears as graceful curled fonds that slowly unfurl. Also known as Japanese Fern.
The easy care Asparagus Fern, native to South Africa, is not a true fern at all but rather a member of the lily family. The name Asparagus Fern comes from the fact that the new growth resembles tiny asparagus spears. It likes dappled light, and can be grown inside in pots, or outside in landscaping beds. This fern loves the humid, warm weather in Beaumont TX area, and all of Southeast TX.
Lilly of the Nile
Agapanthus or Lily of the Nile is a genus of perennial flowering plants that originated from South Africa. This genus consists of about 10 different species of plants. Agapanthus plants produce beautiful blue and white flowers that resemble lilies. These plants are easy to maintain and are very popular because of their hardiness and attractiveness.
Bi-Color Iris (Peacock Flower)
This plant has lovely evergreen foliage that is a beautiful ornamental grass even when not blooming. It is well suited to the climate of SE Texas, and will require very little care after planting. It likes sun to partial shade, and should not need watering except in severe drought.
Russian Red Day Lilly
Needs at least six hours of direct sunlight per day, the daylilies will prefer full sun. Daylily plants also will adapt to almost any soil condition, provided that it is well draining