Cuphea (pronounced ku-fee-a) are low-maintenance plants that produce abundant blooms, even in high heat and low water condition. It’s a hummingbird magnet! All our cuphea plants for sale are guaranteed to arrive alive and ready to thrive!
Our Lavender Lace™ Cuphea plant is a Proven Winners® Selection, receiving two separate awards after its Arboretum Approved Award from the Dallas Arboretum. What does that mean? Well, it trialed in Dallas, which means it is exceptionally heat and drought-tolerant; in Dallas and other southern zones, it is grown as a perennial. It is commonly used in combinations and containers, as well as a landscape or ornamental specimen plant. Self-cleaning, you don't even have to deadhead, and these opulently lavender blossoms have touches of white and lighter lavender at their core, giving them that lacy appearance. 12" H x 12" W, Annual, Sun Each 4.5-inch pot contains 1 plant
Add a 'pop' of interest with the 'Cuphea Vermillionaire™' by Proven Winners®. Also known as a 'firecracker plant' it explodes with clusters of tubular orange/red flowers that look very much like little firecrackers. It's not hard to see why the hummingbirds love it! An easy care plant that is a sun lover and also drought resistant, this one turns heads. Perfect for containers, baskets or the landscape!28" H x 24" W, Annual, Sun Each 4.5-inch pot contains 1 plant
Our ‘Allyson Lavender’ Cuphea plant is a hybrid with more intense color than Lavender Lace. This Mexican Heather is considered a midsize plant, is just as heat tolerant and adaptable to drought as other varieties, and will bloom quite prolifically. Extremely versatile, Cuphea plants can be grown in containers and baskets, but also are quite striking when planted en masse in your flower beds. One of the more shade-tolerant varieties, Allyson is a tender perennial when planted in frost-free zones. Sold Out for the Season
Our 'Bat Face' Cuphea plant has a nice, long blooming season and is a broad-leafed evergreen in areas where winter temperatures don’t fall below 25°F. Brightly colored, this shrub is called Bat Face because at the end of each burgundy-hued tube, the blossom spreads out to form red “ears” and a royal-purple “bat face”. Showy to the extreme, you will love this pretty little shrub, almost as much as the hummingbirds and butterflies! Sold Out for the Season
Our ‘Flamenco Cha Cha’™ Cuphea plant is an award winner! In plant trials at KSU, it was awarded a Top Performer distinction and is also a Proven Winners® Selection. Everything about this cuphea is bright, from the spring-green foliage to the brilliant fuchsia petals, right down to the bright lavender center. Have you ever seen a hummingbird cha-cha? There’s a first time for everything and this Mexican Heather could really make it happen! Sold Out for the Season
While many plants are all about the flowers, the Cuphea 'Rosea Lavender Lace' gives equal attention to both. The glossy green foliage shares the stage with the tiny violet-pink blooms that appear throughout the season. This easy care plant endures drought and requires zero fuss on your part. Attracts hummingbirds and works well in bedding, borders, hanging baskets or containers!18" H x 15" W, Annual, SunSold Out for the Season