Verbena

Annuals

Summary

A versatile semi-trailing form of Verbena that is suitable for growing in a garden bed or in containers. The mounding habit and dense foliage create a lush, full display wherever this plant is used. Long-lasting flower clusters appear right up to frost. A luxurious cascade of soft, textured foliage complimented by round clusters of bright flowers adds a splash of color to sunny, hot locations. Looks great in hanging baskets, spilling from mixed containers, or cascading over a wall. Valued for its rich, violet-blue flower clusters and spreading, lacy foliage. Tolerates poor soil, heat, and drought. Blooms continuously throughout summer until frost.

Description

Perfectly sized for rock gardens and border fronts. Superb for baskets, containers and window boxes. Wonderful for combination plantings. Looks great in hanging baskets, spilling from mixed containers, or cascading over a wall. Perfectly sized for rock gardens, slopes and border fronts. Wonderful for combination plantings. Class-leading disease resistance ensures Lanai looks great from grower to garden.

Additional Info

Strong trailing habits are ideal for hanging baskets and mixed combinations.
A huge assortment of bright and bold colors make combos pop and are the foundation for many best-selling Kwik Kombos.
Controlled mounded habits are ideal for smaller containers and baskets.
Class-leading disease resistance ensures Lanai Compact looks great from grower to garden.
Vibrant blooms are the perfect spring mixer and a foundation in many best-selling Kwik Kombos.
The best verbena for high-density, pot tight production.


Details

Seasons:
Colors
  • Dark Pink
  • Deep Purple
  • Lavender
  • Light Purple
  • Lilac
  • Pink
  • Purple
  • Red
  • Violet
Habits
  • Upright
Exposure
  • Full Sun
Moisture

N/A

Height:

6 - 10 in

Spread:

9 - 18 in

Temperature:

20 - 30 F

Uses
  • Bedding Plant
  • Containers
Features
  • Hanging Basket
  • Heat Tolerant
Sub-Categories

N/A

Pruning

Prune plants freely to maintain the desired size and shape. Pinching plants back stimulates dense, bushy new growth and encourages more flowers. Remove old flowers to keep plant looking healthy and prevent seed production that drains the plant’s energy at the expense of forming new flowers.


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