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Cypella

Cypella (Goblet Flower)

Cypella should be grown in full to part sun in well-drained soil. Cypella blooms in the early summer and looks great when combined with salvia, euphorbia, or sedum.

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Cypella is a small genus of only 15-20 species of exotic plants native from Mexico to Argentina. Cypella are iris relatives and the family resemblance can be seen in the sword-shaped leaves and colorful (usually sky blue, orange, or yellow), three-sided flowers. Despite their hardiness and attractiveness, cypella are not nearly as popular as their iris cousins in gardens. We aim to change that and have selected a few cypella species that have performed well in our trials.

Cypella should be grown in full to part sun in well-drained soil. Cypella blooms in the early summer and looks great when combined with salvia, euphorbia, or sedum. When you're ready to buy cypella for your perennial garden, we hope you will check out our online selection of cypella for sale.