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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Mazus reptans-Cupflower

Propagating Cupflower is a cinch either in the spring or fall. Remove a plug from the established groundcover and insert in a new area. Simple. It only grows to a height of 3" and if you are seeking something to fill in between flagstones this is a plant that can take foot traffic in sun to half shade. It’s purple flowers will bloom from spring through summer in a well drained moist soil and in warmer zones it is evergreen and in Zone 5 it is best to mulch for winter, the coldest zone it will thrive in. It is also deer tolerant.

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