Blue Moon Gardens

Hibiscus 'Texas Star'

Texas Star Hibiscus are beginning to flower in the garden. This southern native is upright, growing to 6 or 8 feet tall with large scarlet blooms. The plants are colorful until October and very happy in an irrigated bed or a boggy area with plenty of sun. 

​We also carry the more unusual white flowering variety.

Hibiscus 'Texas Star'

A fun herb to grow is Eucalyptus. Sun loving, it grows into a tree here if the winters are mild. The plant in the picture lived 10 years in our garden before succumbing to the cold. It can easily be grown in a pot instead. Harvest the foliage and preserve in glycerin to use in flower arrangements or your holiday craft projects.    


Garlic Chives

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