What are the different types of verbena?

What are the different types of verbena?

Common Types of Verbena Purpletop Verbena (Verbena Bonariensis) Brazilian Verbena (Verbena Brasiliensis) Blue Vervain (Verbena Hastata) California Vervain (Verbena Californica) Tuberous Vervain (Verbena Rigida) Texas Rose Verbena.

How to take care of verbena?

1 Light. Plant verbena in full sun. 2 Soil. These plants like fairly dry soil with an acidic pH. 3 Water. Keep plants evenly moist until established. 4 Temperature and Humidity. Planted as annuals hybrid verbenas perform suitably in virtually any climate, but may decline in the hottest period of the summer. 5 Fertilizer.

What is Verbena tenuisecta?

Verbena tenuisecta or moss verbenas are called so because their delicate foliage features leaves that are so fine that they resemble moss. Reaching an average height of about 5 to 6 inches, this species has the lowest growth amongst all other verbena varieties but looks equally stunning nonetheless.

What is lemon verbena?

A popular member of the verbena family, lemon verbena ( Aloysia triphylla) actually belongs to another genus. Its leaves give off a lemony scent when rubbed and are widely used in aromatherapy products, perfume, medicine, and as a culinary herb.

Most annual verbena varieties are in the species Glandularia x hybrida. Some of the most popular varieties include: Obsession Series. Quartz Series. Novalis Series. Romance Series. Lanai Royal Purple. Peaches and Cream.

What is Verbena menthifolia?

The Verbena Menthifolia species commonly known as mint vervain or mint-leaved verbena is native to northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. This species prefers open and dry habitats and grows up to a maximum of 75 cm tall.

What is Verbena rigida or tuberous vervain?

Verbena Rigida or Tuberous Vervain is sometimes also called slender vervain due to its delicate plant structure. This type of verbenas is a herbaceous shrub that grown an average of 24 inches high. The plant also spread widely across and is, therefore, a good choice for garden beds as well as growing in pots and containers besides pool and patios.