Winter greens! Who would have thought that Texas could be angelic! Well, it can be during the winter. This eye-catching foliage plant emerges from dormancy in the fall and produces large, dissected, glossy dark gree... More
Golden flame aniscanthus! This selected form is outstanding because of its clear pumpkin orange flowers. Mixing it with red flame anisacanthus makes a striking statement that the butterflies will revel in.... More
Hummingbirds love them! Flame anisacanthus displays abundant, trumpet-like, cadmium-red flowers all summer, no matter how hot or dry it gets. This tough perennial needs a good haircut in late winter in order to maintain a sh... More
Berkeley Sedge! Sedges are quickly gaining popularity as groundcover alternatives to lawn grasses and Liriopes. They are tough, adaptable, easy to care for and look great. There are numerous species of diverse forms ... More
Lawn Sedge! The recent drought we have had to deal with in Texas has put many of our standard gardening practices to the test. The heavy reliance on grass lawns has been most severely tested. The water needed to ... More
Mexican Olive! In South Texas and Northeastern Mexico where much of the native flora is thorny and scratchy anything lush and tropical attracts attention, especially in the middle of a hot and dry summer when little... More
Copper spiders! Found at 3200' altitude, the copper spider lily has waxy, blue-green grass-like foliage that in late summer and fall is topped with abundant golden, nodding, star-like flowers. This exceptional plant ... More
Large-foot pepperwort! This creeping fern with clover-like leaves makes a great groundcover in full-sun. The foliage color is a soft gray-green with a silver sheen that is caused by the light catching the long hair-like pro... More
Pale Rock Rose! Under our current gardening circumstances, plants have to be tough. The soil and water is not good and the weather has not cooperated as of late making growing most anything a real challenge. So when ... More
Blue rabbit's foot fern! With its glaucous-blue, upright-standing fronds this polypodium-like fern makes a bold statement in the shady garden that few foliage plants can. It has always been a favorite of visitors to Peckerwoo... More
Green comet! A fast growing terrestrial bromeliad with bright shiny-green leaves that are slightly prickly at their base. This rosette of whispy foliage recurves back giving the plant the look of a comet! The larg... 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
Giant cone flower! An attractive east Texas native for all seasons. The waxy silver-blue leaves form a thick upright clump during the winter and then in late spring these exotic leaves thrust up 4’ stems topped with b... 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
Sangria trumpets! This recent introduction from Native Texas Nursery in Weberville, TX was selected from seedling they grew of Tecoma stans var. angustata. The flowers have much the same floral form of T. stans var. ... More
Ironweeds! Our native ironweeds may be overlooked by us, but the butterflies always find them. Why not help them by planting some in your border? These are drought-tolerant summer bloomers, requiring little care... More
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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.