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James H. Schutte

(Verbena)

The colorful Verbena in the Superbena® Series are best known for their showy flower clusters, vigorous wide-spreading habit, and good mildew resistance. Superbena® Deep Blue bears masses of violet-colored flowers.

The low, mounding or trailing stems of this tender perennial are clothed with oval, toothed, mint-like leaves. The hemispherical clusters of tubular, flaring, five-lobed blooms continue all year in the absence of frost and severe heat. Butterflies flock to the flowers. Deadheading...

Image of Verbena (AZTEC® GRAPE MAGIC, AZTEC® SERIES) photo by: Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Aztec® Grape Magic Verbena, Verbena)

Verbena in the Aztec® series are vigorous, warm season, tender perennials that are grown as annual bedding plants in colder regions. They are heavy-blooming, densely-branched and have feathery, medium green foliage that is mildew-resistant.

Aztec® verbena bear many clusters of tubular flowers that come in shades of red, white, pink, purple, coral or rose. These attract butterflies and bees and require regular deadheading.

Like most verbenas, these are drought tolerant and resilient in summer...

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

James H. Schutte

(Verbena)

Verbena in the Aztec® series are vigorous, warm season, tender perennials that are grown as annual bedding plants in colder regions. They are heavy-blooming, densely-branched and have feathery, medium green foliage that is mildew-resistant.

Aztec® verbena bear many clusters of tubular flowers that come in shades of red, white, pink, purple, coral or rose. These attract butterflies and bees and require regular deadheading.

Like most verbenas, these are drought tolerant and resilient in summer...

Image of Verbena (LANAI™ SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(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.

Image of Verbena (OBSESSION SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Verbena)

The Obsession Series of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. They are heavily-branched plants with dainty, lobed leaves. From late spring through fall, they bear rounded clusters of flowers in shades of pink, purple, red, blue, or white, often with contrasting white eyes. Obsession Series verbenas prefer sun and well-drained, moist, moderately fertile soil, but will tolerate dry conditions. They are great for planters, hanging baskets,...

(Sparkler 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,...

Image of Verbena (SUPERBENA® SERIES) photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Superbena Verbena)

The colorful Verbena in the Superbena® Series are best known for their large showy flower clusters, vigorous wide-spreading habit, and good mildew resistance.

The low, mounding or trailing stems of these tender perennials are clothed with oval, toothed, mint-like leaves. The hemispherical clusters of tubular, flaring, five-lobed blooms continue all year in the absence of frost and severe heat. Butterflies flock to the flowers. These sterile, non-fruiting plants do not need deadheading,...

Image of Verbena (TAPIEN™ SERIES) photo by: Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Verbena)

The TAPIEN™ SERIES of verbena are trailing, vigorous, tender perennials that also make excellent annuals in colder regions. They are heavily-branched plants with feathery leaves. From late spring through fall, they bear loose clusters of flowers in shades of pink or purple. Tapien™ 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.

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...