Summer snowflakes! Several years ago we were given some bulbs of this South African plant we knew little about. We had never seen it bloom and were sceptical as to its ability to survive the erratic fluctuations of our ... More
Corkscrew Albuca! This albuca gives an interesting show even when it is not in flower. During the winter months when this little gem is actively growing its foliage corkscrews and twists in a most fascinating manner. G... More
Natural hybrid! In 2001, we spotted this Canna growing along a small stream where the coastal plains meet the foothills to the high Sierras. We thought that we had found a new species. So, upon our return, we contact... More
African hosta! Actually a scilla from Natal, South Africa. This attractive hosta look-alike has purple-spotted foliage that emerges in the spring. It will tolerate heat and drought that will reduce a hosta to mush. ... More
African hosta improved! Several years back when shopping at the Chatachuk plant market in Thailand, I ran across this clone of African hosta. It seemed to me to be a little different than the clone we had sold for years but ... More
This Drimiopsis looks very much like what we sell as D. kirkii but the new growth emerges a lemon-cream color. As the leaves age they eventually turn an olive-green speckled with darker green spots. D... More
Vigorous Pineapples Lilies! Pineapple Lilies get their common name for the resemblance of the flowers to a pineapple fruit. The foliage speaks to me of moist mountain tops and cool streams. These are not their requirements, just... More
Pink Lace! Kaempferias are great shade loving gingers for small gardens and are often considered the "Hostas of the South". They are compact, well behaved and just pretty as buttons. The leaves of this Kaempferi... More
Zebra's quill! This tiny little grass-like scilla is a real charmer with purplish black pin-striping on the leaves. The succulent leaves stand at attention and look fresh and lush all summer long provided the plant ... More
Tall ledebouria! A long time ago we offered this plant but sold it out quickly only saving a few plants for ourselves. When I started gardening in Giddings I planted several of the remnant plants outside to see what w... More
Longflower Tuberose! This plants forms, small, 6" to 8" low, rosettes composed of fleshy, semi-succulent leaves that are olive-green to grey-green in color and have a brown to burgundy mottling, not spots like Manfreda ma... More
The sounds of birds! This cheerful looking tuberose is the largest growing of the hybrids. The thick ivory-colored flowers are speckled with small lavender spots. These light colored flowers stand up to the heat and make ... More
Oxblood Lily/School House Lily! Oxblood Lilies were introduced in the 1850's by German settlers who corresponded with compatriots in Argentina. The name refers to the beautiful vermilion-red, amaryllis-like flowers. These harbingers... More
Japanese Temple Lily! Japanese temple lily is a great foliage plant for those dark, dry, shady areas of your garden where you want a low growing solid presence but requiring little fuss. The plant has black-green, strap-li... More
For those that have followed weather conditions in Texas over the past several years, you know that the weather has been harsh. The heat and drought over the most recent years have been terrible and g... More
Handsome and tough! Sinningias are not widely known to gardeners but we are trying to change that fact. They are carefree perennials that deserve a prominent spot in your garden. This species has flower spikes up to 30 i... More
Oh so lovely! For those folks that like Sinningia tubiflora but wish the plant produced flowers other than white this hybrid is for you. This plant was a selection from a cross of Sinningia sellovii x Sinningia tub... More
Scarlet's Sinningia! Several years ago Tony Avent, of Plant Delights Nursery, sent us this Sinningia hybrid. During the years since he sent it our weather has been famously hideous. The drought, heat and other harsh cond... More
A grand show! This prolific blooming rain lily resulted from the cross of Zephyranthes grandiflora and Z. 'Ajax in. (Z. candida x Z. citrina). The cheerful pale pink flowers fuse to green at the eye, creating a pas... More
Zodiac Surprise! Many Zephyranthes, especially the species, are apomictic, meaning that they tend to reproduce asexually from seed if no external pollination occurs and the seedlings that you grow are identical to t... More
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This year's sale will runs through August 23rd. We have a wide range of plants with discounts from 10 to 50% off. Prices good on in stock items only. All sale items must be scheduled for delivery prior to the end of September, 2014.
No shipping in August. We will suspend the shipping of plants from August 11th thru September 5th (plants can still be ordered, but shipping will be held-over until after September the 8th). It is normally too hot to ship plants at this time and often too hot to do much of anything. For those in the States requiring Phytosanitary Certificates and who want delivery of their plants before we suspend shipping August 11th, please place your order by July 31st so we have time to get the required Phytosanitary Certificate and still be able to get the order out in a timely manner.
Prices good on in stock items only. All sale items must be scheduled for delivery prior to the end of September 2014.
We've moved to Giddings
Despite many attempts over the years to update our address from the old Hempstead location that appears in internet search engine results, we've had little success, so please note that Yucca Do Nursery Inc. has only one location in Giddings TX. The old Hempstead, TX location no longer exists. If you go there you will not find Yucca Do Nursery. Also, Yucca Do Nursery in Giddings does not have walk-in retail hours. If you wish to visit the nursery please make an appointment.