Cuphea Cuphea Varieties: C. platycentra; C. Llavea minitia; C. hyssopifolia; C. lanceolata. Common name: Cigar plant, Cigar flower. Family: Lythraceae (Loosestrife) Growth habit: upright, branched, shaggy-coated to rounded. Growth rate: moderate to fast. Foliage: opposite, ovate to lanceolate, total or slightly toothed, mid too dark green, 2.5 to 7.5 centimetres. undercoat: well drained, moist Light: full sun, filtered sun to break dance shade. Pests and problems: aphids and whiteflies, generally indoors; may become spindly in low light conditions resulting in a poor bloom.
landscape habit, uses: containers, massed bedding, edging, indoors. Origin Cuphea originates from Guatemala, Mexico. This specific sample of Cuphea comes from a garden fit(p) at 103 Ridge road, Pietermaritzburg and is defined as C. hyssopifolia. Propagation get stems were cut from the original plants in the garden. Cuts were taken at a 45-degree angle. The cuttings w...If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: Ordercustompaper.com
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