Rose Verbena (Verbena canadensis)


Sold in 4.5″ (1 qt) pots
Full sun
Soil Moisture: Dry to medium (sandy soils are its natural habitat)
Bloom Time: May to August
Height x spread: 0.5-1 ft x 1-2 ft
Flower: Showy, bright lavender clusters
Tolerate: Drought, dry soil, shallow-rocky soil
Attracts: Bees
Resistance: Deer, other mammals

Rose verbena is a low-growing mound that spreads along the ground and roots at nodes. Its showy blooms are clusters of many small rose-pink to purple flowers, and they last for a long period. Plant Rose Verbena in well-drained soils in full sun and use as a ground cover, in a rock garden, in a container or in the front of the border to add season-long color.

Where to see it growing: Arlington Wetlands

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