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Jessie Keith

(Sparkler Violet and White Verbena, Verbena)

The colorful Verbena in this group are best known for their bright, bicolored flowers and floriferous nature. These everblooming bedding plants are easily grown from seed and have a low, spreading habit. The Sparkler hybrids were bred in California by Bodger Botanicals.

When the weather is warm and accommodating, the verbena in the Sparkler Series produces many colorful clusters of small tubular flowers that are highly attractive to butterflies. The individual blooms are five-petaled,...

(L. Archer Verbena, Verbena)

The rosy red flowered Verbena 'L Archer' is a spreading tender perennial bedding plant for warm, sunny beds and borders. This is one of many Verbena hybrids derived from the South American native Verbena peruviana and three other lesser known Verbena species. It is a well-branched contemporary variety developed in Thomson, Georgia by Lenzie Archer. Like most bedding verbenas, it blooms all year around in climates with mild winters and all summer in temperate locations.

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James Burghardt

(Lanai™ Blush White Verbena, Verbena)

The Lanai™ series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. They are heavily-branched plants with lobed, mildew-resistant leaves. From late spring through fall, they bear domed heads of flowers in shades of blue, pink, purple, or red. Lanai™ 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.

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James Burghardt

(Lanai™ Bright Pink Verbena, Verbena)

The Lanai™ series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. They are heavily-branched plants with lobed, mildew-resistant leaves. From late spring through fall, they bear domed heads of flowers in shades of blue, pink, purple, or red. Lanai™ 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.

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James H. Schutte

(Lanai™ Verbena, Verbena)

The Lanai™ series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. From late spring through fall, Lanai™ Blue bears domed heads of purple flowers above spreading mounds of lobed, mildew-resistant leaves. Lanai™ Blue prefers sun and well-drained, moist, moderately fertile soil, but will tolerate dry conditions. It is great for planters, hanging baskets, edging, and borders.

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Jessie Keith

(Lanai™ Burgundy Verbena, Verbena)

The Lanai™ series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. They are heavily-branched plants with lobed, mildew-resistant leaves. From late spring through fall, they bear domed heads of flowers in shades of blue, pink, purple, or red. Lanai™ 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.

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James H. Schutte

(Lanai™ Cherry Red Verbena, Verbena)

The Lanai™ series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. They are heavily-branched plants with lobed, mildew-resistant leaves. From late spring through fall, they bear domed heads of flowers in shades of blue, pink, purple, or red. Lanai™ 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.

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Syngenta

(Lanai™ Deep Pink Verbena, Verbena)

The Lanai™ series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. They are heavily-branched plants with lobed, mildew-resistant leaves. From late spring through fall, they bear domed heads of flowers in shades of blue, pink, purple, or red. Lanai™ 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.

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Syngenta

(Lanai™ Deep Purple Verbena, Verbena)

The Lanai™ series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. They are heavily-branched plants with lobed, mildew-resistant leaves. From late spring through fall, they bear domed heads of flowers in shades of blue, pink, purple, or red. Lanai™ 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.

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Syngenta

(Lanai™ Lavender Star Verbena, Verbena)

The Lanai™ series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. They are heavily-branched plants with lobed, mildew-resistant leaves. From late spring through fall, they bear domed heads of flowers in shades of blue, pink, purple, or red. Lanai™ 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.