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CUPHEA cyanea
(KOO-fee-ah) (see-AH-nee-a)
CUPHCY3
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Common Name: Black-eyed Cuphea
Description: Bright pink tube; bright yellow corolla with two, maroon petals (Bat's Ears) and red stamens. Bluish foliage. Good in combos.
Zone: 9
Specifics: Full Sun Partial Shade

CUPHEA hyssopifolia
(KOO-fee-ah)
CUPHHY3
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Common Name: Mexican Heather
Description: Masses of small,lavender flowers from spring to frost. Glossy foliage makes this small, heat and drought tolerant shrub a winner for containers, baskets or in the border.
Zone: 9
Specifics: Full Sun Partial Shade

CUPHEA ignea 'Compacta'
(KOO-fee-ah) (IG-nee-a)
CUPHIC3
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Common Name: Dwarf Cigar Flower, Firecracker Plant
Description: Slender, bright scarlet calyxes have white mouths and dark rings at ends of solitary, axillary flowers without petals; great novelty.
Zone: 9
Specifics: Full Sun Partial Shade

CUPHEA llavea
(KOO-fee-ah) (LAY-vee-ah)
CUPHLL3
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Common Name: Bat Face, St. Peter's Plant
Description: Unique, red flowers with dark purple and black markings resembling the face of a bat!
Zone: 9
Specifics: Full Sun Partial Shade

CYCLAMEN hederifolium
(SIK-lah-men) (hed-er-ih-FOE-lee-um)
CYCLHE3
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Common Name: Persian Violet, Alpine Violet
Description: RHS Award of Garden Merit. Lovely white or pink flowers on 8" stems make a spectacular show in the shady garden in late summer-early fall. Beautiful, marbled foliage in spring dies down in summer; must not be overwatered. Needs a well-drained location, especially in winter. In Zone 5, mulch for winter.
Zone: 5
Specifics: Rock Garden Full Shade Ground Cover

CYNARA cardunculus
(sih-NAR-ah) (kar-DUN-kew-lus)
CYNACA5
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Common Name: Cardoon
Description: RHS Award of Garden Merit. Large, purplish-blue, thistle flowers; ornamental, spiny, gray-green leaves. Great in urns. Edible root and stalks.
Zone: 6
Specifics: Full Sun Butterfly