Cuphea Mexican Heather, Allyson PURPLE (LIVE STARTER PLANT) flowering SHRUB
Cuphea Mexican Heather is native to Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras. In warmer climates, it's considered a perennial but will still grow as an annual below zone 10. Cuphea is a great landscape or container plant. It has dense green foliage and small, colorful flowers. Cuphea may self-sow.
Cuphea, Mexican Heather, Allyson Purple create a vibrant union of three garden favorites in this easy-to-maintain flowering bush. Each of these plants are known for being both hardy and colorful, making them an appealing choice for landscaping projects.
Plant Mexican heather in a sunny or partially sunny spot with well-drained soil and feed with a slow-release granular fertilizer at planting time. Mexican heather likes to be watered whenever the surface of the soil feels dry to the touch. This plant not intended for human or animal consumption.
Today, June 30th, I received my order of Cuphea Mexican Heather plant. It was a small plant that was tightly packed and was still wet around the plant. The heather plant was alive and looked very healthy. Thanks to everyone!
arrived healthy and ready to go