PLANT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TEXAS AND BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION

There are many plants that are native to Texas which can be used for landscaping purposes. Making wise plant selections decreases the need for large amounts of water. Native plants also require less maintenance.

In the Bryan-College Station area, and other locations within the Brazos Valley, the hot Texas sun can be brutal in the summer and our winters can send temperatures plunging below the freezing mark. It is crucial to select plants that are heat tolerant in the summer and a little hardier for winter. Because of these differences, not all plants are suited for this area. Brazos Landworks can recommend plants for your landscaping needs and help ensure that your plants can endure our extreme temperatures.

Whether you want to select flowers, trees, shrubbery, or grasses suitable for sunny areas or for locations that receive little or no sun at all, landscaping selections can be challenging. We have the expertise to help you make the right decision.

With proper maintenance, Brazos Landworks offers a one year guarantee on our plants.

Plant Recommendations

Redbud Tree
Redbud Tree
  • A - C
  • Agapanthus
  • Agave
  • Blueberry, Japanese Tree
  • Bottlebrush
  • Bougainvillea, Purple
  • Bougainvillea, Red
  • Bougainvillea, White
  • Boxwood, Japanese
  • Boxwood, Wintergreen
  • Bulbine, Orange
  • Bulbine, Yellow
  • Cannas
  • Clara, Red
  • Clematis
  • Cleyera
  • Crape/Crepe Myrtle, Centennial Spirit
  • Crape/Crepe Myrtle, Dallas Red
  • Crape/Crepe Myrtle, Dynamite
  • Crape/Crepe Myrtle, Muskogee
  • Crape/Crepe Myrtle, Natchez
  • Crape/Crepe Myrtle, Tuscarora
  • Cypress, Bald
  • Cypress, Italian
  • Cypress, Leyland
Lamb's Ears
Lamb's Ears
  • E - H
  • Elaeagnus
  • Elm, Cedar
  • Esperanza, Yellow
  • Euonymus
  • Fern, Asparagus
  • Fern, Foxtail
  • Fern, Holly
  • Fig Ivy
  • Fringe, Chinese Adagio
  • Ginger Lilly, Variegated
  • Grass, Adagio
  • Grass, Aztec
  • Grass Gulf Muhly
  • Grass, Maiden
  • Grass, Mondo Dwarf
  • Grass, Pampas
  • Grass, Purple Fountain
  • Hibiscus, Yellow
  • Holly, Burford Dwarf
  • Holly, Carissa
  • Holly, East Palatka
  • Holly, Foster
  • Holly, Needle Point
  • Holly, Nellie R.
  • Holly, Possumhaw
  • Holly, Yaupon Dwarf
  • Holly, Yaupon
  • Holly, Pride of Houston
Esperanza
Esperanza
  • J - N
  • Jasmine, Asian
  • Juniper, Andorra
  • Juniper, Blue Point
  • Juniper, Parsoni
  • Juniper, Sea Green
  • Juniper, Spiral
  • Lamb's Ears
  • Lantana, New Gold
  • Lantana, Purple
  • Lantana, White
  • Laurel, Cherry
  • Laurel, Texas Mountain
  • Ligustrum, Poodle
  • Ligustrum, Pyramid
  • Ligustrum, Wax Leaf
  • Liriope, Big Blue
  • Liriope, Giant
  • Liriope, Variegated
  • Magnolia Little Gem
  • Magnolia, Watermaker Claudia
  • Maple, Red Drummond
  • Nandina, Compacta
  • Nandina, Fire Power
  • Nandina, Gulf Stream
  • Nandina, Harbor Dwarf
Clematis
Clematis
  • O - P
  • Oak, Chinquapin
  • Oak, Live
  • Oak, Mexican White
  • Oak, Red
  • Oak, Water
  • Oleander, Dwarf Hardy Pink
  • Oleander, Dwarf Hardy Red
  • Oleander, Red
  • Oleander, White
  • Palm, Mexican Fan
  • Palm, Pygmy Date
  • Palm, Queen
  • Palm Sago
  • Philodendron
  • Pine, Loblolly
  • Pistache, Chinese
  • Pittosporum, Dwarf
  • Pittosporum, Variegated
  • Plum, Purpl
  • Plumbago
  • Pomegranate
lantana
Lantana
  • R - Z
  • Red Bud
  • Rose, Knock Out Red
  • Rosemary, Trailing
  • Rosemary, Upright
  • Sage, Texas Compact
  • Sage, Texas Green Cloud
  • Society Garlic
  • Trumpet Vine
  • Viburnum Sandankwa
  • Vitex
  • Wax Myrtle, Southern
  • Wax Myrtle, Dwarf
  • Willow, Bubba Desert
  • Yucca, Red
  • Yucca, Soft Leaf