DescriptionAn evergreen small tree or large shrub that is native to central Texas. It produces purple flowers that have a grape jelly scent which permeates the garden. It is deer and drought tolerant and requires little maintenance once it is established. A wonderful specimen plant that should be planted in more landscapes. Attracts butterflies.
Laurel Texas Mountain
- 7 gallon
Botanical Name Rosa Celestial Nights� Exposure Full Sun Height x Width 4-5' H x 4-5' W Water Water regularly until established. Water more during periods of high temperatures. Zones Zones 5-9 Fertilization Feed in spring and summer with a fertilizer specifically designed for roses. Follow label directions. Pruning Remove spent flowers. May be cut back by 1/3 during winter for a compact growth habit the following summer."