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Image of Verbena (TEMARI® SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Verbena)

The colorful Verbena in the Temari® Series are best known for their abundant bright flowers, wide-spreading habit, and good mildew resistance. Easily grown from seed, these low, everblooming bedding plants have fine deep green leaves with toothed edges.

These butterfly favorites produce many rounded clusters of small tubular flowers with wide-flaring tips. The five-lobed blue, white, pink, or purple flowers often have white eyes or banding. They bloom all year in climates with mild...

(Verbena)

The Temari® Series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. Temari® Violet ('Sunmariba') bears rounded clusters of pleasing, violet red flowers on relatively large-leaved, long-stemmed plants from late spring through fall.

It prefers sun and well-drained, moist, moderately fertile soil, but will tolerate dry conditions. It stands up well to heat, chill, and diseases such as powder mildew. Temari® Violet is great for planters, hanging...

(Verbena)

The Tropical Breeze Series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. From late spring through fall, they bear rounded clusters of flowers in shades of pink, red, violet, or white above carpets of toothed, mildew-resistant leaves. Tropical Breeze verbenas prefer sun and well-drained, moist, moderately fertile soil, but will tolerate dry conditions. They are great for planters, hanging baskets, edging, and borders.

(Vegas Verbena, Verbena)

The genus Verbena comprises over 250 species of herbaceous annuals, perennials and subshrubs that can be found across the Americas and some parts of Europe and Asia. Species are diverse in their appearance, habits, habitats and cultural needs, but all have clusters of small, tubular flowers in shades of blue, white, red or purple. Flower clusters may be spike-like, flattened or conical and are attractive to butterflies. Leaves may be dissected and ferny or entire, depending on the species....

(Verbena, Vesta Verbena)

The genus Verbena comprises over 250 species of herbaceous annuals, perennials and subshrubs that can be found across the Americas and some parts of Europe and Asia. Species are diverse in their appearance, habits, habitats and cultural needs, but all have clusters of small, tubular flowers in shades of blue, white, red or purple. Flower clusters may be spike-like, flattened or conical and are attractive to butterflies. Leaves may be dissected and ferny or entire, depending on the species....

Image of Verbena bipinnatifida photo by: Bosh Bruening

Bosh Bruening

(Dakota Vervain, Davis Mountain Mock Vervain, Great Plains Vervain, Prairie Vervain)

The fine-textured foliage and cool lilac-purple flowers of prairie vervain offer this highly ornamental perennial color and interest all season long. This species is native to the Central United States and northwestern Mexico where it inhabits open grasslands and rocky sites. As plants mature, they attain a mounded, spreading habit, so they are ideal for dry sunny rockeries and border edges.

Feathery leaves grace this vervain from spring to fall and may remain evergreen where winters are mild....

(Big Bract Vervain)

The genus Verbena comprises over 250 species of herbaceous annuals, perennials and subshrubs that can be found across the Americas and some parts of Europe and Asia. Species are diverse in their appearance, habits, habitats and cultural needs, but all have clusters of small, tubular flowers in shades of blue, white, red or purple. Flower clusters may be spike-like, flattened or conical and are attractive to butterflies. Leaves may be dissected and ferny or entire, depending on the species....

Image of Verbena canadensis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Canadian vervain , Rose Mock Vervain)

This is one of the easiest, most colorful North American natives for sunny carefree gardens. Canadian vervain is a short-lived perennial that is native to the eastern United States and Canada where it inhabits open grasslands and marginal, rocky sites. It is wonderfully heat tolerant, everblooming and will bloom continuously from summer to fall.

This tough ornamental forms large, bushy, spreading mounds quickly. Its crisp green foliage is dissected, hairy and slightly lustrous. When the summer...

Image of Verbena canadensis

James H. Schutte

(Canadian Vervain , Homestead Purple Verbena, Rose Mock Vervain)

Homestead purple verbena is a vigorous short-lived perennial that is native to the eastern United States and Canada. Heat tolerant and everblooming, it develops low spreading mounds of crisp green foliage that become laden with round clusters of small tubular electric purple flowers. These are highly attractive to butterflies and will bloom more profusely is spent flowers are removed. Canadian verbena grows best in well drained, average soil and full sun. It is fast growing and looks great when planted...

(Canadian Vervain , Miss Anne Verbena, Rose Mock Vervain)

The vigorous and easy to grow ‘Miss Anne’ produces lots of extra large, snow white flowers over a very long season. It was selected by Elizabeth Ann Wilson of Fairhope, Alabama in 1992.

This is one of the best North American natives for sunny carefree gardens. Canadian vervain is a short-lived perennial that originates from the eastern United States and Canada where it inhabits open grasslands and marginal, rocky sites. It is wonderfully heat tolerant, everblooming and will bloom continuously...