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James H. Schutte

(False Heather, Mexican Heather, White False Heather)

Sprays of small, lacy, white flowers cover this Mexican heather in warm months and will appear sporadically throughout the year in frost-free zones. The neat, bushy plant has dense, glossy foliage and is self-cleaning, so deadheading is not necessary.

Commonly known as Mexican heather, elfin herb, or Hawaiian heather, this tropical plant is a small, bushy, evergreen subshrub with shiny, dark green leaves borne in horizontal sprays that create a fine-textured appearance. Its small, tubular, five-petaled...

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James H. Schutte

(Allyson False Heather, False Heather, Mexican Heather)

Sprays of small, lacy, rosy pink to lightly fuchsia flowers cover this Mexican heather in warm months and will appear sporadically throughout the year in frost-free zones. The neat, bushy plant has dense, glossy leaves that are a bit larger than average. It is more florific than average and self-cleaning, so deadheading is not necessary.

Commonly known as Mexican heather, elfin herb, or Hawaiian heather, this tropical plant is a small, bushy, evergreen subshrub with shiny, dark green leaves...

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James H. Schutte

(Compact False Heather, False Heather, Mexican Heather)

Sprays of small, lacy, lavender-pink flowers cover this compact Mexican heather in warm months and will appear sporadically throughout the year in frost-free zones. The small, bushy plant has dense, glossy leaves and its blooms are self-cleaning, so deadheading is not necessary.

Commonly known as Mexican heather, elfin herb, or Hawaiian heather, this tropical plant is a small, bushy, evergreen subshrub with shiny, dark green leaves borne in horizontal sprays that create a fine-textured appearance....

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John Rickard

(False Heather, Lavender Lace False Heather, Mexican Heather)

The delicate lavender-purple flowers of 'Lavender Lace' are produced mainly in warm months but will bloom sporadically throughout the year. They appear above tidy, bushy plants with dense, glossy foliage and are self-cleaning, so deadheading is not necessary.

Commonly known as Mexican heather, elfin herb, or Hawaiian heather, this tropical plant is a small, bushy, evergreen subshrub with shiny, dark green leaves borne in horizontal sprays that create a fine-textured appearance. Its small, tubular,...

Image of Cuphea hyssopifolia

Carol Cloud Bailey

(False Heather, Limelight False Heather, Mexican Heather)

Commonly known as Mexican heather, elfin herb, or Hawaiian heather, this tropical plant is a small, bushy, evergreen subshrub with shiny, dark green leaves borne in horizontal sprays that create a fine-textured appearance. The flowers are produced mainly in summer and fall, but also appear sporadically throughout the year and may be in shades of purple-violet, pink or white.

Best grown in dappled shade, this Mexican native will tolerate full sun, especially if provided regular water. Plant...

(False Heather, Mexican Heather, Pink False Heather)

The small, but numerous, rosy pink flowers of this Mexican heather are produced mainly in warm months but will bloom sporadically throughout the year. They appear above neat, bushy plants with dense, glossy foliage and are self-cleaning, so deadheading is not necessary.

Commonly known as Mexican heather, elfin herb, or Hawaiian heather, this tropical plant is a small, bushy, evergreen subshrub with shiny, dark green leaves borne in horizontal sprays that create a fine-textured appearance. Its...

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James Burghardt

(Black Titi, He Huckleberry, Leatherwood, Swamp Titi)

Fragrant white flowers and glossy green leaves make the swamp titi a worthwhile shrub for the garden, although rarely used. Native to the swamps of the southeastern United States, from Virginia to Florida, it suckers from its roots to form broad thickets. A plant looks sprawling and spreading, with an open habit with bent and contorted branches. In mild winter areas it is mostly evergreen, but is fully deciduous where the winters provide subfreezing temperatures.

The long, tongue-like leaves...

(Broom, Lena Broom)

Lena broom is lower growing and less aggressive than its Scotch broom cousins. Broom is a semi-evergreen shrub that is valued for its profusion of large, fragrant, pea flowers and named for its numerous, bright green, upright and arching branches and stems that resemble sweeping-brooms. This cultivar produces sprays of lemony-yellow flowers with ruby red from mid-spring through mid-summer that are highly attractive to bees. The flowers turn to hairy-edged green pods in fall, then mature to black...

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Jesse Saylor

(Broom, Paulette Broom)

Broom is a deciduous shrub that is valued for its profusion of large, fragrant pea flowers and named for its numerous, bright green, upright stems and branches that resemble sweeping-brooms. The hybrid selection 'Palette' bears sprays of showy pink, red, and yellow flowers in late spring, attracting bees.

Broom is very drought tolerant and needs a well-drained sandy soil, but will tolerate other types as long as it never becomes soggy. Plant as a specimen in mixed borders, or use as a hedge...

(Broom, Zeelandia Broom)

Broom is a semi-evergreen shrub valued for its profusion of large, fragrant, pea flowers and named for its numerous, bright green, upright branches and long, rod-like, arching stems that crowd together and resemble a sweeping broom. This selection, ‘Zeelandia,’ produces sprays of creamy, lilac-peach flowers from mid-spring through midsummer that are highly attractive to bees. The flowers turn to hairy-edged green pods in fall that mature to black in winter.

Like most brooms, ‘Zeelandia’ is very...