Nierembergia

Nierembergia’s adorable cup-shaped flowers and neat growing habits make them a valuable annual bloom for borders and containers. It can be planted in rows along the front of flower beds or borders for a neat look.

Nierembergia Flowers

It is a tremendous medium-sized plant for adding visual appeal to cascading plants and taller plants. Although the Nierembergia is typically grown as an annual, it is a perennial in cooler climates.

White Nierembergia Flowers

Nierembergia is also called the cup flower. Nierembergia belongs to the Solanaceae family and includes 21 species[1] that are mainly found in South America.

Nierembergia has pretty, slender, narrow leaves covered with purple or bluish flowers at the tips. This flowering plant grows up to 6 inches tall and up to a foot wide.

Suggested Reading: Common Flower Names

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Key References
  • [1]“Nierembergia – Wisconsin Horticulture”. Accessed November 27, 2021. Link.

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