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Mexican Heather Cuphea hyssopifolia 'Allyson'

Mexican Heather Cuphea hyssopifolia 'Allyson'

Common Name: Mexican Heather

Mexican Heather produces a pretty, dark green foliage and adorns itself with an abundance of delicate blooms, ranging in shades of lavender, pink and/or white. The mounding, semi-trailing growth habit and colorful blooms makes this a great choice ...


Osteospermum ecklonis Akila 'Grand Canyon Mix'

Osteospermum ecklonis Akila 'Grand Canyon Mix'

Common Name: African Daisy

The Osteospermum is commonly referred to as an African Daisy. The bright ever-blooming flowers are about 2-3” wide, having a large floret surrounding a center disk. The Akila Osteospermum have an excellent tolerance for heart and drought. Th...


Osteospermum ecklonis Akila 'Purple'

Osteospermum ecklonis Akila 'Purple'

Common Name: African Daisy

The Osteospermum is commonly referred to as an African Daisy. The bright ever-blooming flowers are about 2-3” wide, having a large floret surrounding a center disk. The Akila Osteospermum have an excellent tolerance for heart...


Osteospermum ecklonis Akila 'White'

Osteospermum ecklonis Akila 'White'

Common Name: African Daisy

Osteospermum Asti White produces blooms of white petals with a deep indigo center disk that extend just above the deep green foliage. The Osteospermum is commonly referred to as an African Daisy. The bright ever-blooming flowe...

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