300 seeds $2.25
Verbena tenuisecta blooms all summer long with purple or pink flowers on spreading plants. The attractive foliage is finely cut, which gives it a ferny look. It makes a nice groundcover.
Verbena tenuisecta is hardy to zone 8, but it can be grown as a self-sowing annual in colder regions. It reseeds very lightly in my zone 5 garden. Native to South America.
Also known as Verbena pulchella, Fineleaf Verbena, Glandularia pulchella, Moss Verbena and South American Mock Vervain. Deer resistant.
height 12" spacing 12"
Sowing Verbena tenuisecta Seeds
Start verbena seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last frost date. Full sun to part shade. Slow to germinate.