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51203  

Cuphea 'David Verity'

Large Firecracker Plant



Cuphea David Verity

$8.95  

Dark orange tubular flowers with yellow-orange tips closely set with small glossy leaves. Hummingbirds love this plant. Flowers virtually all year. Presumed hybrid between Cuphea ignea and Cuphea micropetala. Grows 5 to 6 feet in mild climates. 15F. We erroneously sold it last year as Cuphea ignea. Lythraceae


80156  

Cuphea salvadorensis

(Syn.: Cuphea oreophila), Christmas Cigar Flower, Salvadoran Cigar Plant



Cuphea salvadorensis

$8.95  

Rare cuphea with bright orange-red 1½ inch tubular flowers with green tips at the mouth of the floral tubes. In Hawaii, an unusual Christmas lei is sometimes made from the flowers because of its bright red and green holiday colors. Mounding shrub to 5 feet. Give full sun, protection from frost. Hummingbirds love it. From Southern Mexico and El Salvador. Photos by Forest & Kim Starr (USGS) from Plants of Hawaii. Tropicos.org of Missouri Botanical Garden lists C. oreophila as a synonym, even though others list it as a different species. It sure looks the same to us. Lythraceae


49757  

Punica granatum 'Nana Emperor'

Emperor Dwarf Flowering Pomegranite



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$9.95  

Similar to the typical fruiting pomegranite, but much smaller in every way. This cultivar may be the finest dwarf pomegranate, growing very slowly into a flattened dome about 2 feet high. Dark stems with double red flowers followed by deep mahogany-purple 2 inch fruits. Quite cold hardy. Deciduous in winter. Classic bonsai specimen. Lythraceae


69136  

Punica granatum 'Nochi Shibari'

Nochi Shibari Flowering Pomegranate



Punica granatum Nochi Shibari

$9.95  

Dense, arching branches produce showy dark red carnation-like, double flowers from late winter through the fall. This Japanese cultivar can be used for a shrub border or foundation planting or can be grown in pots. Deciduous. Shear annually in early spring to shape. Thrives in heat, tolerates some drought and alkaline soils. Full sun. Grows to 8 feet tall. Hardy to USDA zone 7. Lythraceae


49756  

Punica granatum 'Party Dress'




Punica granatum Party Dress

$9.95  

Dwarf pomegranate with flowers that are salmon pink and pink fruit. (F,D) Lythraceae





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