Minor or palmetto
I also got my flying dragon trifoliate orange in the ground too. I planted it in a location where I won't have to worry too much about anyone getting tangled up in its thorns.
And I used some of the very abundant native stone from right here on my 5 acres to make a bed around one of my septic sprinklers. It gets watered every day from our septic system, so I planted it with water loving plants like musa basjoo, cannas, and cyperus involucratus.
My landscape has a long way to go, but it was nice to get a start. Even both of the beds pictured here need mulch, before they are really done.
The rock is really my biggest obstacle. I don't really dig holes here. I use a 16 lb steel bar to pry up rocks, then I plant in the holes that the rocks leave behind.