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The Mexican sunflower (Tithonia rotundiflora) belongs to the aster/daisy family of plants. It is a fast growing annual that attracts butterflies. The Mexican sunflower gets 5 to 6 feet high and 3 to 4 feet wide. Its leaves are 4 to 10 inches long and coarse while flowers are red-orange and 3 inches wide.




A great shrub for sun is Texas Sage (Leucophyllum frutescens), known for its silvery foliage and bright lavender that burst open after a rain. At the nursery look for plants tagged with names like "Silverado" … Garden Guides | The Best Flowers to Plant in Texas. Online www.gardenguides.com. Texas is a warm state as shown by its USDA Hardiness range of Zone 6 to Zone 9. Flowers in Texas should be hardy to those zones depending on the area in which you live. Always check to see what zone you garden in prior to planting to save yourself some headaches ...


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Garden Guides The Best Flowers to Plant in Texas. Gardenguides.com DA: 20 PA: 31 MOZ Rank: 69. Texas is a warm state as shown by its USDA Hardiness range of Zone 6 to Zone 9; Flowers in Texas should be hardy to those zones depending on the area in which you live Garden Guides | The Best Flowers to Plant in Texas. Gardenguides.com Texas is a warm state as shown by its USDA Hardiness range of Zone 6 to Zone 9. Flowers in Texas should be hardy to those zones depending on the area in which you live.


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