CUPHEA, Lavender Lace

This Cuphea is also known as Mexican or Hawaiian heather. Profuse dainty lavender flowers adorn this elegantly leaved plant. The compact plant’s flat feathery sprays of glossy foliage are highly branched. Because Lavender Lace reblooms continuously and is self cleaning, it is extremely low maintenance. The place for this unusual bedding plant is in window boxes, containers, hanging baskets, rockeries, borders, or a small raised bed.

Bloom TimeConstant colour all summer until first hard frost.
Height12 inches (30 cm)
Width12 inches (30 cm)
Companion PlantCompatible with all Tried & True varieties. Looks especially good planted with Trailing Snapdragon Fruit Salad Mango and Diascia Light Pink.
WateringAllow to dry slightly between watering.
FeedingRegularly with a high nitrogen plant food.
PlantingAny well-drained soil will do. Thrives best in full sun but will grow in partial sun.

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