Cuphea hyssopifolia

De talrika små blommorna sitter på korta stjälkar vid bladhörnen . Cuphea hyssopifolia , commonly called Mexican heather, is native from Mexico to Guatemala. Synonyms : Cuphea rivularis, Ammania hyssopifolia. Hawaiian Heather, Elfin Herb, Elfin Plant, Cuphea , Clammy Cuphea , Corail, Tarwee Mexican Heather, . Mounding, shrub-like selection features small, dark green leathery leaves.

Dainty, colorful flowers bloom all summer into autumn. Plant Type: Ground Cover, Perennial, Shrub. Evergreen-Deciduous: Evergreen. Categories: Shrubs and Perennials.

Description: A round ball-like bush has fine,. Though not dramatic, they are . It only grows to approximately 60cm high and 45cm wide.

Japansk myrt egner seg både som stueplsnte og sommerblomst. Kupea, cuphea hyssopifolia , false heather: Philippine Medicinal herbs: An illustrated compilation of Philippine medicinal plants by Dr Godofredo Stuart, with. Charming low growing sun-lover covered in white flowers for most of the year.

Great for baskets, containers,rockeries and mass planting groundcover. If you are interested to use any of the image(s), please read the conditions carefully. Prized for its lacy foliage and numerous jewel-like flowers , cuphea, commonly called Mexican heather, makes an ideal container or . This had totally taken over one of the flower beds when we moved here. Heat loving and very easy to grow. Koehne, Synonym, L, WCSP (in review).

A much smaller version of the favorite Mexican Heather. This tiny plant has dark magenta flowers throughout the year. Family: Lythraceae Origin: Tropical Mexico to Guatemala. Kinds By some accounts there are as many as 2species of Cuphea.

Renu, Sanjana Julias Thilakar, D. Narasimhan, Centre for Floristic Research, Department of Botany, Madras Christian College, Tambaram.

Compact well branching varieties well-suited for pots and containers. Plant is free flowering with small purple or white flowers. The name is considered as validly published.

COMMON NAME: Mexican heather, false heather. North American decumbent evergreen heathlike plant with yellow flowers. Join our friendly community that shares tips and ideas for gardens, along with seeds and plants.

Group: Dicot Rank: species Herbarium Placement: Monsanto, 2n B, 216. Authors: Kunth, Karl (Carl) Sigismund.