Cuphea Plants – Tiny Mice

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I have never seen this plant wilt while many of the other drought tolerant plants do in the heat of the summer days. This plant is extremely easy to grow and you don't have to fuss with it. Cutting grow very easy and it is a nice conversation plant due to its strange flower shape.

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when birds are nesting and other wildlife are fattening up on bountiful plant growth. A winter fire timed a day or two after rain is.

Anemone Bulbs – Mount Everest A stunning Dutch hybrid with 8" diameter, dark purple flower heads. As a sterile hybrid, ‘Ambassador’ offers a long flowering period and is later than most of the other ‘giant’ varieties, due to having the late flowering a. giganteum in its parentage. Welcome garden lovers to Mary’s Garden Patch, your link to the wonderful world

carefree, vibrant color and best container annual for sun to partial shade. It's airy, graceful habit is wonderful with bold leaf plants. I always combine it with purple heart plants and heucheria's.

Cuphea llavea ‘Tiny Mice’ (False heather ‘Tiny Mice’) will reach a height of 0.45m and a spread of 0.45m after 5-10 years. Suggested uses. Beds and borders, Conservatory, Containers, Cottage/Informal, Greenhouse. Cultivation. Plant in free-draining soil in a frost-free position in sun or light shade but sheltered from scorching sun and wind.

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carefree, vibrant color and best container annual for sun to partial shade. It’s airy, graceful habit is wonderful with bold leaf plants. I always combine it with purple heart plants and heucheria’s.

Cuphea ‘Tiny Mice’ With over 200 species, Cuphea vary in growth habit and flower form. Three of the most commonly grown species are Cuphea hyssopifolia commonly grown as a small shrub, Cuphea mexicana is commonly called Mexican Heather or Elfin Plant.

Cuphea ‘Tiny Mice’ With over 200 species, Cuphea vary in growth habit and flower form. Three of the most commonly grown species are Cuphea hyssopifolia commonly grown as a small shrub, Cuphea mexicana is commonly called Mexican Heather or Elfin Plant.

Cuphea llavea 'Tiny Mice' (False heather 'Tiny Mice') will reach a height of 0.45m and a spread of 0.45m after 5-10 years. Suggested uses. Beds and borders, Conservatory, Containers, Cottage/Informal, Greenhouse. Cultivation. Plant in free-draining soil in a frost-free position in sun or light shade but sheltered from scorching sun and wind.

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