Barton Springs Nursery

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Barton Springs Nursery
Barton Springs Nursery is listed in the Nurseries Plants Trees Etc Retail category in Austin, Texas. Displayed below is the only current social network for Barton Springs Nursery which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Barton Springs Nursery on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Barton Springs Nursery is:
3601 Bee Cave Rd
Austin, TX 78746
(512) 328-6655
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Drama & color in your shady areas? Well, the straight & narrow may seem a tad boring, but these Coleus sure can brighten up those low light locations in your landscape! :p These bold colored annuals thrive in part shade to shade areas, and with fairly regular supplemental irrigation, they can glow right through our summer heat. They're available in a variety of colors, both solids & patterned.

The calylophus is blooming like mad around town right now! This native is a low growing subshrub that is great paired with other sun loving drought tolerant perennials such as autumn sage and hill country penstemon. It's water thriftiness allows me to grow it in my cactus garden to soften the hard architectural lines, where it generally achieves a height of less than one foot but can spread out to 2 or 3 feet wide. The bright yellow blooms are carried just atop the foliage and are present throughout much of the growing season. A great low maintenance plant!

Our balled & burlapped Yucca rostratas are looking awesome! Also known as Beaked Yucca, we grow these ourselves just outside of Austin. They stand up to everything our summers & winters can dish out, without any extra babying. Also, this type of Yucca has flexible leaves that not only wave a bit in the breeze, but makes the little points on the tip if each leaf far less dangerous than many other types of trunk-forming Yuccas. This translates to being more suitable for smaller, crowded, urban & suburban spaces. Make sure they have decent drainage & plenty of sun, and you'll have a tough, striking stand out feature (or two) to enjoy for years to come.

A butterfly's view of a perfect breakfast 😄 The native, Woolly Butterfly Bush, Buddleia marrubifolia.

We've landed another butterfly garden game changer! Goldenrods are favored nectar sources of the famous Monarch Butterflies, as well as countless other types of butterflies. These hard to find in cultivation perennials prefer a good bit of sun and are native over a wide swath of Texas & the Midwest. We're feeling pretty fortunate to have just gotten in 2 different types in 1 gallon containers. One of which is a dwarf variety, making it more suitable for smaller spaces. :)