Leatherstem! This plant has so many weird and wacky features that it is hard to know where to start first when describing it. It develops 1/2" diameter, occasionally branching, leathery stems reaching 24" to 30" ... More
Summer fun! It is hard to believe that this strange looking castor-bean-like plant with large, shiny leaves that resemble a maple could do so well in the hot Texas sun. Odd also is that this drought tolerant shru... 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
Agave look-alike! This Manfreda or x Mangave has an unmistakable agave-like appearance. Its deeply-channeled, upright, leaves are widest in the middle, tapering at each end, and are edged in fine, brittle teeth along t... More
Big, burgundy spots lay boldly against a silvery-gray background, on wide succulent leaves, making this robust, Manfreda hybrid a sensation to behold. This colony forming plant spreads by rhizomes, lo... More
Wild Passion Fruit! Along coastal regions of Southeastern Brazil the wild form of Passiflora edulis can be found scrambling and rambling over small trees and shrubs and spreading almost groundcover-like over mounding san... More
Creeping Pursulane! I have cultivated this portulaca for well over 20 years and have carried it with me to every garden I have kept over the years. I find it to be indispensable because of its beauty, heat tolerance, eas... More
Puya castellanosi is native to Salta Province, Argentina, where it develops into low dense colonies to 10' wide or wider over many years. It inhabits dry rocky slopes at elevations to 3500m. Individua... More
Mason's Congo Sansevieria! The thick, leathery, and mottled leaves of this Sansevieria, which often get to be 10" wide, and can reach heights of 30" or greater, never go unnoticed. The texture and form of this plant draws one's... 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
Texas yellow bells! The West Texas form of Tecoma stans has extremely narrow, shiny foliage and produces gorgeous golden-yellow trumpets. Blooming begins in late spring and continues all summer long. This cold-hardy vari... More
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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.