This evergreen shrub is a low growing staple for any garden plan. With its' leaves changing color throughout the year and low growth, it's a show stopper when it's front and center. They love the full sun and will have small white blooms.
Air Plant Care
A plant that doesn't need dirt at all? Who ever thought this existed! These appreciate bright indirect light and weekly watering. If you stick to these guidelines there really isn't much that can go wrong at all.
Annual & Perennial
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Best Shade Trees in Southern Alabama
The Drake Elm and Summer Red Maple are two of the best shade trees in South Alabama. With each one growing 5-6 feet a year, once they’re established, they will quickly create the shade you need.
Bird of Paradise
Blackberries and Blueberries
We're talking Raspberries, Blueberries and Blackberries. While Raspberries don't do well down in south Alabama, Blueberries and Blackberries do! There are really only a few key ingredients needed to get these plants established and producing.