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Image of Cuphea cyanea photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cigar Plant)

A lover of heat, black eyed cuphea has haired, sticky stems and tubular orange-red flowers with two reduced black petals that look like crab eyes. This interesting tender perennial hails from Mexico where it remains evergreen and bushy year round. In cold temperate zones, it is grown as a bedding annual but can be brought indoors to overwinter.

Broad and bushy, black eyed cuphea is covered with heart-like, bright medium green leaves upon dark red stems, youngest shoots are hairy and sticky to...

Image of Cuphea hyssopifolia photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(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...

Image of Cuphea hyssopifolia

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...

Image of Cuphea hyssopifolia

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...

Image of Cuphea hyssopifolia

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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PlantHaven

(Batface Cuphea)

A hybrid of the subshrub Cuphea llavea and the annual C. procumbens, 'Flamenco Cha Cha' is a short, upright herbaceous perennial with dark yellow-green, evergreen foliage and vivid magenta-violet, purple-faced flowers. The flowers — whose two large upper petals resemble mouse ears — bloom nearly continuously throughout warm weather.

This hybrid appreciates regular watering and well-drained soil. Give it ample sun for heaviest flowering and fullest growth. Whether used as an...

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PlantHaven

(Batface Cuphea, Flamenco Rumba Batface Cuphea)

A hybrid of the subshrub Cuphea llavea and the annual C. procumbens, 'Flamenco Rumba' is a short, upright herbaceous perennial with dark yellow-green, evergreen foliage and vivid red, purple-faced flowers. The flowers — whose two large upper petals resemble mouse ears — bloom nearly continuously throughout warm weather.

This hybrid appreciates regular watering and well-drained soil. Give it ample sun for heaviest flowering and fullest growth. Whether used as...