This is a great time of year to accentuate your landscaping with long-living beautiful foliage. The cooler temperatures will help them get a healthy start. Let’s discuss some of these beauties now so you can make plans to put them in the ground in February.
The Alstroemeria or Peruvian Lily comes in shades of purple with dark flecks. Another perennial beauty is the Catmint. These lavender blue flowers cover the landscape in late spring. The Coneflower has large pinkish-purple blossoms with coppery centers. Consider the Coreopsis or “mango punch” that covers the area with mango orange flowers. And the Euphorbia is a remarkable looking plant with narrow blue-green leaves that rises from a 4 foot dome-shaped bush.
There are dozens of other choices as well. The best way to discover all of the possibilities for your Houston home is to call a true professional who has had decades of experience beautifying homes in the Houston area. Laird Landscaping was named Katy’s best landscaper in 2015. Make them your first choice in 2016 by calling them at (281) 578-2795.