Verbena hastata - Blue Vervain - Single Plants
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This offering is for single plants of this variety of our perennial collection. These are growing in 2 inch containers. 

Verbena hastata 

American blue vervain

Culture

Easily grown in average, medium to wet soils in full sun. Typically forms colonies in the wild by both thick, slowly spreading rhizomes and self-seeding. May self-seed in gardens in optimum growing conditions. Can be short-lived.

Noteworthy Characteristics

Verbena hastata, commonly called blue vervain, is a native perennial which commonly occurs in wet meadows, wet river bottomlands, stream banks, slough peripheries, fields and waste areas. It is a rough, clump-forming perennial with a stiff, upright habit which typically grows 2-4' tall (less frequently to 6') on square hairy stems which typically branch above. Features candelabra-like inflorescences of erect, slender, pencil-like spikes (2-6" long) of tiny, tubular, 5-lobed, densely-packed, purplish-blue flowers (1/8" wide) which appear over a long July-September bloom period. Flowers on each spike bloom bottom to top, only a few at a time. Lance-shaped, sharply toothed, green leaves (to 6" long). Zones 3 to 8.

  • Item #: GSP-BlueVervain

Verbena hastata - Blue Vervain - Single Plants

Price: $5.00
Sale Price: $1.99
Availability: Out-of-Stock