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James Burghardt

(Lanai™ Magenta 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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Jessie Keith

(Lanai™ Peach 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™ 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.

(Lanai™ Rose 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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John Rickard

(Lanai™ Royal 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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John Rickard

(Lanai™ Royal Purple with Eye 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.

(Lanai™ Scarlet 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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Jesse Saylor

(Obsession Scarlet Verbena, Verbena)

The Obsession Series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. From late spring through fall, 'Obsession Scarlet' bears round heads of glowing orange-red flowers above spreading mounds of dainty, lobed leaves. It prefers sun and well-drained, moist, moderately fertile soil, but will tolerate dry conditions. 'Obsession Scarlet' is great for planters, hanging baskets, edging, and borders.

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All-America Selections

(Peaches 'n' Cream 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....

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Bosh Bruening

(Pink Parfait Verbena, Verbena)

The two-tone blooms of 'Pink Parfait' are deepest pink and white and provide a constant show of color all season long. This vigorous tender perennial is a fast growing bedding plant that’s ideal for warm, sunny beds and borders. It has a mounding to spreading habit, is densely branched and crisp deep green leaves.

When the weather heats up, 'Pink Parfait' produces many colorful clusters of small tubular flowers that are highly attractive to butterflies. It blooms all year around in climates...