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Cuphea hyssopifolia is also known by it's common names which include Elfin Herb, False Heather, and Hawaiian Heather. The Cuphea is a small evergreen shrub, growing only to around 50 cm tall, but it grows fairly quickly. It has small shiny green leaves and attractive small flowers which can be white, purple, lavender or mauve. It flowers all year round, and can be grown in pots or in the garden. Plant your Cupheas in a full sun or semi-shaded position, and mix up the colours to create a really nice display. The best climate for growing them is cool-temperate to warm, and they are easy to grow, and have few pests or diseases. These plants spread by self-seeding, and they can layer themselves to create new plants.new7 012.jpgnew7 011.jpg

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Cuphea hyssopifolia, commonly called Mexican heather, is native from Mexico to Guatemala. It is a rounded, densely branched 1-2’ tall tropical sub-shrub. It produces quaint, small, trumpet-shaped flowers with six spreading lavender petals and green calyx tubes. Flowers appear singly in the leaf axils along stems crowded with lance-shaped glossy green leaves (to 3/4” long). Blooms profusely summer to frost. Although heather-like in appearance, this plant is not a member of the heather family, hence the sometimes used common name of false heather. Some white- and pink-flowered cultivars are available. Flowers are attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies.

Winter hardy to USDA Zones 9-11. In the St. Louis area, it is grown as an annual, container plant or houseplant. In the garden, it is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun. May be grown from seed started indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost date. Tolerates high summer heat and some drought. Best with regular moisture. If grown in containers, plants may be overwintered indoors in warm, sunny locations. Easily propagated from tip cuttings. Best to start new plants each year, however.

Source: http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/PlantFinder/PlantFinderDetails.aspx?taxonid=282494&isprofile=0&

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Cuphea comes in a wide variety of colors, shapes, and flower sizes. Its small, often tubular blossoms wear shades of orange, bright yellow, red, white, purple, and neon pink in differing combos. Many of these flowers feature large modified petals that give the appearance of ears. Up close, the flowers can resemble mice or bats hence its common names Mouse flower and Bat flower. Because of its small size and dense habit, cuphea makes a welcome addition to mixed containers and garden plantings without diminishing the effects of other plants. Cuphea attracts both hummingbirds and pollinators.
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Native to the Americas, cuphea thrives in the heat of summer and when planted in well-drained soil. While it prefers consistent moisture throughout the growing season, once this plant is established it can tolerate drought and continue to impress with its large number of flowers. Fertilize cuphea regularly throughout the summer for the best, biggest, and most consistent display. image_1_large.jpg
Even though there are more than 250 species in the family, cuphea is still considered a relative newcomer in the world of ornamental horticulture. In the past few years, breeders have introduced new varieties that create larger, showier flowers on plants with the same great heat tolerance and longevity as before. Ongoing research on the use of this plant for oilseed production seeks to lessen reliance on coconut and palm oils, which destroys tropical habitats. Additional research shows promising results for use of cuphea as a rotational crop; it appears that wheat and corn yields increase when those grains are grown after a year of raising cuphea.
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@ctrl-alt-nwo,
Yeah I saw this plant in my country also! But it came here few years ago! Before that i have not seen this plant in here! Like you said, it's small but beautiful and well suited + favorite gardening plant as well! Nice photography and description about this plant! Personally I am lacking with the knowledge of these plants, so have no idea about their names! But sometimes I could identify few of favorite flower plants in here as well!

Cheers~

A round ball-like bush has fine, twiggy growth covered in heath-like foliage and is covered with small, star-shaped purple flowers for most of the year. It is fast growing, and tends to self-seed. C. hyssopifolia ‘Cocktail’ has yellow-green foliage and purple-pink flowers; ‘Midget’ has fine foliage with masses of dark purple flowers; ‘White Star’ has dark green foliage with white flowers in summer and autumn. C. hyssopifolia ‘Lemon & Ice’ has lime-green or golden foliage and pure white flowers. ‘Lemon Squash’ also has lime-green foliage, which is contrasted with lilaccoloured flowers.

http://plantinfo.co.za/plant/cuphea-hyssopifolia/

This is a small shrub with a neat, rounded growth habit, tiny leaves and masses of dainty little flowers for much of the year. Plants seldom grow much taller than 30 cm and can be cut or clipped regularly to maintain a neat, tidy appearance. Available in a range of different colours, white, mauve and purple the most notable, hybrids are ‘Lemon Squash’ with pale lime foliage and lavender flowers and ‘Cocktail’ which has rich golden foliage and contrasting purple flowers. All of them succeed in both sun and shade and require very little attention except for protection from frost in the colder regions. Cuphea also makes wonderful edging plants when clipped into low, boxed hedges approximately 20 to 30 cm high.

Link: https://www.thegardener.co.za/cuphea-hyssopifolia-hybrids/

I always like Heather, so these colourful flowers are very attractive and easy to grow. I just found a shop here on the internet where I could buy imported seeds. I’ll have to look for some.

Cheers.

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Beautiful unpretentious plants.
This species also has another name - false mexican heather. This sprawling shrub reaches a height of 60 cm. The stems are flat, branching resemble fern. The leaves are small, oblong. It blooms very lush and long, almost throughout the summer.
The flowers are star-shaped, small, numerous, with pronounced petals at the end of the yellow tubule. They are sterile and do not give seeds. But they have an enviable variety of colors: from purple to white.
The look is different in shade tolerance, but it blooms more brightly in bright light, although it does not tolerate direct sunlight.
The shoots of Kufei, with the asexual, are characterized by rapid growth and lignification. Cuttings root easily. Every few years the bush is recommended to rejuvenate the division. This species can also be grown in the form of bonsai.

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Cuphea hyssopifolia, the false heather, Mexican heather, Hawaiian heather or elfin herb, is a small evergreen shrub native to Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras. It grows to about 60 cm (24 in) high by 90 cm (35 in) wide and has purple, lavender or white coloured flowers and fine foliage.
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The Latin word hyssopifolia (which also occurs in several other plant names, including that of Bassia hyssopifolia) means "hyssop-leafed".
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The species is naturalised in Hawaii, and regarded as a serious weed there.
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the species adapts to a range of soils in a sunny or partially shaded situation with good drainage. It can be cultivated outdoors in USDA hardiness zones 8B-11. In colder regions it may be cultivated as an annual. Plants may be propagated by cuttings, layering or division. They seed freely, and new seedlings that appear are easily transplanted.
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Growth Form: An erect to spreading, low-branching, compact, free-flowering subshrub with finely-textured leaves.
Foliage: Leaves simple, subsessile (with slight stalks), opposite, pinnately-veined, oblong, sometimes elliptic, glossy, medium to dark green, 10 to 30 mm long, 1.5 to 4 mm wide, with pubescent (covered with hair) undersides.
Stems: Multi-branched, puberulent (covered with soft, fine hairs) and reddish strigose (appressed stiff hairs).
Flowers: Flowers solitary in the axils of new leaves, trumpet-shaped, pedicels 2 to 7 mm long; petals 6, purple, 3 to 3.5 mm long; sepals crinkled, rarely absent; calyx 5 to 8 mm long; floral tube pale green, sometimes turning purplish toward apex, glabrous or slightly pubescent.
Fruits: Fruit capsules dehiscent, leathery or berrylike, oblong-ovoid, 1-celled, up to 3.5 mm long, containing numerous seeds; seeds reddish brown, suborbicular, 1 to 1.5mm in diameter, pitted.

Tolerates many soil types but requires ample moisture to become established in full sun or semi-shade. Prefers well-drained fertile soils with frequent light fertilizations. When plant becomes scraggly, tips can be pinched to incorporate vigour and to attain lush growth and more blooms. Easily propagated by softwood cuttings. Obtaining new plants from seed is difficult due to very poor germination rate. Plant also reproduces by layering, whereby the horizontal branches touch the ground and set roots.

https://florafaunaweb.nparks.gov.sg/Special-Pages/plant-detail.aspx?id=1896

That's so amazing very beautiful to observer thanks for sharing the detailed post :)

False heather is a small tropical evergreen sub-shrub with many charming attributes including compact form and fine textured foliage. Growing to a maximum height of about 24 in (61 cm), false heather grows to form flat topped mounds 18-36 in (45.7-91 cm) in diameter. The plant's flat feathery sprays of foliage are 12-18 in (30.5 cm) long and are highly branched.

The small oblong leaves resemble those of Scotch heather (Calluna vulgaris also known by its synonym Erica vulgaris) and are about 3/4 to 1 in (1.9 cm) long and 1/4 to 1/2 in (0.6-1.3 cm) wide. They are arranged alternately the length of the stems giving the plant a fern like appearance.

In tropical climates tiny flowers emerge from the axils (the points where the leaf attaches to a stem) to create a show of color that lasts for much of the year. False heather flowers range from the typical purple and lavender to the less frequently seen white, pink and deep rose varieties.

It is also a perfect choice as a permanent evergreen groundcover and delivering an almost non-stop flower show as a bonus. Requiring only minimal pruning and bothered by few pests, this low maintenance shrub is excellent for commercial plantings.


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Another nice plant to have in our gardens @ctrl-alt-nwo and it has nice flowers with a contrasting leaves and can be shaped probably like a hedge or pathway plant.

These small and beautiful plants are naturalized in Hawaii, and are considered a serious weed there.

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Cuphea hyssopifolia has small, soft, shiny green leaves, and grows along the stem of the plant. Flowers appear on the end of the stalk, flowers will appear more vibrant if often trimmed and enough sunlight. This plant is easily formed, adaptable and resistant to pest attacks.
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Height can reach 30 to 40 cm. The location of the leaves face to face, oval shaped with a pointed tip and green. Cuphea flowers are purple to white purple, the center line is about 0.5 to 0.8 cm.
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In addition, Cuphea hyssopifolia leaves are efficacious as rheumatic drugs. For rheumatoid medicine, use ± 10 grams of fresh leaves Cuphea hyssopifolia, wash and pound until crushed, add 1 teaspoon of lime and mix until blended. The results of the mixture are affixed to the affected part and wrapped with a clean cloth.

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I posted a photo of a plant similar with this one (6 months ago) from my visit to Indonesia. Below is the photo:

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I actually dont know the name, i believe its also cuphea? Correct me if im wrong.😊 anyway, i just want to say its a great pleasure to have seen your post. Im impressed with the details you put into it. And with that you git yoirself a new follower. Cheers and hava a great day😊

Yes, it looks like Cuphea, although it's hard to tell from the photo.

Finally, after long hours of searching through my feed. I found my 6mo old post, hehe. I actually have close-up photos of the same flower / plant. I think it's better to look from these:

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https://steemit.com/photocircle/@funtraveller/humble-white-flower-4890a74ad601a

And that's the link of my post.

I took these shots in the morning, while I was walking around the area of the hotel that I stayed during that time. They look pretty even though the flowers are tiny. And it's better to appreciate in a close-up shot. I hope you like this too.
Have a great day ahead :)

Another practical beauty that probably won't live through my winters. So jealous. :-)

@ctrl-alt-nwo, One more beautiful plant for sure and good to know that this is an type of evergreen shrub and also good to know that this is fast growing plant. And in my opinion these kind of plants can be kept at home because leaves of this plant is so breathtaking to watch and i believe it will going to spread the Breathtaking Environment and refreshing essence and home based plantation can fill our life with the natural essence. Wishing you an great day and stay blessed. 🙂

"These plants spread by self-seeding, and they can layer themselves to create new plants. wow the nature works amazing i didn't know a plant could do something like that, that's what i like when i read your post i learn a lot in each one. Regards

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Cuphea hyssopifolia - White, also known as "False Heather" is a small, evergreen, fast growing shrub with bright green glossy leaves and produces dainty white flowers year-round. Tolerating full sun to semi-shade, it is a very hardy plant, ideal as a low hedge, for garden borders, in rockeries or in pots. They respond well to light trimming.

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This plant attracts with its numerous original flowers, tubes, seemingly smoldering cigarettes, for which Kufey is called a cigarette plant or a cigarette holder.
The lush Kufa bush with an abundance of leaves is the perfect backdrop for other plants in the composition. These are Mexican plants with a Greek name. The name, however, is quite prosaic. Kyphos is translated as “crooked, crooked”. The fruits of kuffee are indeed slightly curved.
In Central and South America, there are up to 200 types of kuffee. Their name is Kufa (Kyphos - “bent, crooked”) owes the shape of the seeds. Kufi bushes grow fairly quickly, they must be regularly pinned, cut and transplanted, otherwise the decorative effect of plants is significantly reduced.
Abroad, this feature is successfully used by planting kufei for the summer in large street vases and concrete containers along with various flyers.

http://www.onlineplantguide.com/Plant-Details/706/

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Cuphea
PLANT GENUS

Cuphea, genus of more than 200 species of chiefly tropical American herbs or shrubs of the family Lythraceae. Four species—native to Mexico and Central America—are commonly grown indoors for their attractive flowers.

Cuphea hyssopifolia, elfin herb, is a small hairy shrub with many branches. The small stalkless leaves are crowded and narrow; the flowers are tubular and violet white. C. llavea grows to a height of 60 centimetres (2 feet), is covered with stiff hairs, and has nearly stalkless, oval, rough leaves. The tubular flowers are red. C. micropetala grows 30–120 cm tall, with oblong leaves; its tubular yellow flowers are scarlet near the base. C. platycentra (sometimes C. ignea), commonly called the cigar flower, grows 20–37 cm tall and has lance-shaped leaves. The tubular flowers are reddish, with a dark ring near the tip and an ashy-white mouth.

https://www.britannica.com/plant/Cuphea#ref288378

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Mexican Heather produces a pretty, dark green foliage and adorns itself with an abundance of delicate blooms, ranging in shades of lavender, pink and/or white. The mounding, semi-trailing growth habit and colorful blooms makes this a great choice for landscape, baskets and containers! Its blooms are scattered throughout the foliage and bloom all through early Summer and Fall. Mexican Heather is desired most for its delicate, ever-blooming blossoms, glossy green foliage, heat tolerance, drought resistance, low maintenance and mounding, semi-trailing growth habit for landscape, beds, baskets and containers. This is a great annual for early Spring, Summer and Fall.

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Cuphea hyssopifolia

The cuphea hyssopifolia is a small shrub native to Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras. Its generic name derives from kyphos, curved, referring to the capsule of its fruits. Apparently in the Mexican region of Oaxaca the Elfin herb is used to treat various types of pain such as the ones related to the stomach, kidneys and throat. In Veracruz it is used in folk medicine as a wound healing agent, indicated specifically for viper bites. It is a species suitable for bonsai because it has very small leaves and a nice bloom. However, this shrub grows naturally in a compact and extended form, so it is sometimes cultivated as ground cover; this use of landscaping is to cover the soil with dense foliage so as the soil does not get water or nutrients and thus prevent weed growth. With this techniques it is also achieved an interesting decorative effect of vegetable carpet of different colors or of a unified color, depending on the flowering of the plants used for this purpose; in any case, the elfin herb generates a beautiful bloom which makes it suitable for its use in this ornamental sense.

https://nomadgarden.org/species/elfin-herb/

Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' is a sarmentous shrub with rounded habit and compact vegetation. The foliage of Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' is evergreen and shiny dark green. Leaves of Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' are lanceolate 1 to 2 cm long. The small flowers of Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea', a deep purple pink, are star-shaped and abound from early summer until frost. Originally from South America, Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' bears the common name of Mexican star by its origin and the star shape of its pink flowers.
Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' is a shrub that finds its place on your terraces planted in pots or bins. Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' is used to decorate small shrubbery beds, among pebbles, in urban gardens protected from the cold and perfectly accompanies perennials in small rock gardens. Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' can also be planted as a border hedge.
Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' supports all soils even if they are moist and well drained. Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' prefers a sunny exposure, even if the pink Mexican star blooms in partial shade. Be careful, like all shrubs with a mild climate, Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' are sensitive to cold air currents and fear frost. Cuphea hyssopifolia 'rosea' should be protected in areas with harsh winters or sheltered in a bright, ventilated area when growing in a pot.

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The cuphea hyssopifolia is a small shrub native to Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras. Its generic name derives from kyphos, curved, referring to the capsule of its fruits. Apparently in the Mexican region of Oaxaca the Elfin herb is used to treat various types of pain such as the ones related to the stomach, kidneys and throat. In Veracruz it is used in folk medicine as a wound healing agent, indicated specifically for viper bites. It is a species suitable for bonsai because it has very small leaves and a nice bloom.
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However, this shrub grows naturally in a compact and extended form, so it is sometimes cultivated as ground cover; this use of landscaping is to cover the soil with dense foliage so as the soil does not get water or nutrients and thus prevent weed growth. With this techniques it is also achieved an interesting decorative effect of vegetable carpet of different colors or of a unified color, depending on the flowering of the plants used for this purpose; in any case, the elfin herb generates a beautiful bloom which makes it suitable for its use in this ornamental sense.
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Beautiful plant . Green leaves are giving refreshness to eyes and white flowers are looking cool. Good plant for garden.

Profuse purple flowers on a versatile, tidy, compact shrub with finely textured, glossy, bright green foliage. Reblooms continuously, well into fall. Good for edging and seasonal color in beds and borders. A popular container plant for pots and baskets. Semi-evergreen.

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Cuphea hyssopifolia

Cuphea hyssopifolia, the false heather, Mexican heather, Hawaiian heather or elfin herb, is a small evergreen shrub native to Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras.[1][2] It grows to about 60 cm (24 in) high by 90 cm (35 in) wide and has purple, lavender or white coloured flowers and fine foliage.

The Latin word hyssopifolia (which also occurs in several other plant names, including that of Bassia hyssopifolia) means "hyssop-leafed".[4]

The species is naturalised in Hawaii, and regarded as a serious weed there.

In cultivation, the species adapts to a range of soils in a sunny or partially shaded situation with good drainage. It can be cultivated outdoors in USDA hardiness zones 8B-11. In colder regions it may be cultivated as an annual. Plants may be propagated by cuttings, layering or division. They seed freely, and new seedlings that appear are easily transplanted.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuphea_hyssopifolia

Mexican Heather Plant Features
Prized for its lacy foliage and numerous jewel-like flowers, cuphea, commonly called Mexican heather, makes an ideal container or border plant. Growing just 10 to 18 inches tall, this shrubby, tropical annual is smothered in blooms all summer long. Plus, the flowers are as attractive to butterflies as they are to you. Colors include white, violet, or red. Mix Mexican heather with other annuals or use it to line a garden path or walkway. Hardy in zones 9-11.

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flower cuphea is very beautiful my friend,i really like the flower,@ctrl-alt-nwo

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beautiful flowers when planted in pots as a collection.

Cuphea hyssopifolia, the false heather, Mexican heather, Hawaiian heather or elfin herb, is a small evergreen shrub native to Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras.[1][2] It grows to about 60 cm (24 in) high by 90 cm (35 in) wide and has purple, lavender or white coloured flowers and fine foliage.[3]

The Latin word hyssopifolia (which also occurs in several other plant names, including that of Bassia hyssopifolia) means "hyssop-leafed".[4]

The species is naturalised in Hawaii, and regarded as a serious weed there

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Botanical Name: Cuphea hyssopifolia.
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Cuphea hyssopifolia is moderately salt tolerant. In cultivation, the species adapts to a range of soils in a sunny or partially shaded situation with good drainage. This plant tolerates high summer heat and some drought but grows best with regular moisture.
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The Latin word hyssopifolia (which also occurs in several other plant names, including that of Bassia hyssopifolia) means "hyssop-leafed.
Info-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuphea_hyssopifolia

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Cuphea hyssopifolia
Cuphea hyssopifolia, the false heather, Mexican heather, Hawaiian heather or elfin herb, is a small evergreen shrub native to Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras. It grows to about 60 cm (24 in) high by 90 cm (35 in) wide and has purple, lavender or white coloured flowers and fine foliage.The Latin word hyssopifolia (which also occurs in several other plant names, including that of Bassia hyssopifolia) means "hyssop-leafed".The species is naturalised in Hawaii, and regarded as a serious weed there.In cultivation, the species adapts to a range of soils in a sunny or partially shaded situation with good drainage. It can be cultivated outdoors in USDA hardiness zones 8B-11. In colder regions it may be cultivated as an annual.

Mounding, shrub-like selection features small, dark green leathery leaves. Dainty, colorful flowers bloom all summer into autumn. Dependable color and texture looks great all season.

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The perfect choice for beds and borders. Superb for baskets, containers and window boxes. Wonderful for combination plantings.

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Mexican false heather is a small tropical evergreen sub-shrub with many charming attributes including compact form and fine textured foliage. Growing to a maximum height of about 24 in false heather grows to form flat topped mounds 18-36 in in diameter. The plant's flat feathery sprays of foliage are 12-18 in long and are highly branched. The small oblong leaves resemble those of Scotch heather (genus Calluna also known by its synonym Erica) and are about 3/4 to 1 in long and 1/4 to 1/2 in wide. They are arranged alternately the length of the stems giving the plant a fernlike appearance. In tropical climates tiny flowers emerge from the axils (the points where the leaf attaches to a stem) to create a show of color that lasts for much of the year. False heather flowers range from the typical purple and lavender to the less frequently seen white, pink and deep rose varieties.

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Cuphea hyssopifolia 'Allyson' - also known by common names Mexican Heather and False Heather. A member of the Lythraceae family, it can be found in Mexico, Guatemala and Hondurus. Cuphea hyssopifolia 'Allyson' - Mexican Heather (Purple) has glossy, green leaves and abundant small purple flowers and will bloom continuously through the summer months. Grow in part shade to full sun and plant in well drained soil. Keep soil slightly moist. Cuphea hyssopifolia 'Allyson' -Mexican Heather (Purple) has a shrub like habit and will grow up to 18" tall. It can be easily pruned to maintain its shape.

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Shiny green leavers are looking very beautiful. White flowers are also beautiful. Good plant for gardening .

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