Rose verbena (Glandularia canadensis) is a hardy plant that with very little effort on your part, produces aromatic, rosy pink or purple blooms from late spring to late summer. Interested in growing rose verbena in your garden this year? Click here to learn how.
Verbena plants come in a variety of shapes and sizes. While some have an upright growing pattern, there are several that stay very short and spread quickly by creeping along the ground. Learn more about growing creeping verbena plants as groundcover here.
Verbena is a popular plant for flower beds, but there are so many different types of verbena, all with varying properties and appearances. To make this great plant a part of your garden, learn more about the different kinds of verbena in this article.
You may have used lemon verbena in the kitchen and seen a plant labeled ?verbena? in a garden center. You may have encountered the essential oil known as ?lemon verbena? or ?verbena oil.? So are verbena and lemon verbena the same? Find out here.
Verbena seed germination times depend upon the variety, so don't get discouraged. However, knowing how to grow verbena from seed will greatly improve the chances of sprouting. This article can help with that.
There is a trick on how to collect verbena seeds so they are just ripe but have not released from the pods. Knowing the right time for verbena seed harvest will save you some frustration later on and help ensure germination. Learn more in this article.
Trailing verbenas are a common sight in annual hanging baskets, yet many gardeners wonder is verbena annual or perennial? It is both actually. Click the following article to learn about annual vs. perennial verbena varieties.
Useful in cooking and teas and wonderfully fragrant, verbena is a great plant to have around. But how do you get more of it? Click on this article to learn more about common propagation methods for verbena plants in the garden.
Verbena plants have a long history of use both in the kitchen and medicinally. Harvesting verbena plants is easy, and you can use the leaves either fresh or dried. Click on the following article and we?ll tell you more about verbena harvesting in the garden.
Verbena is a tough little plant that thrives in punishing heat, direct sunlight and nearly any type of well-drained soil. Once you?ve grown a crop of this amazing herb, what are the uses for verbena? Learn more about the many ways to use verbena in this article.
Vervain herb plants are valued for their many beneficial qualities and have been used medicinally for thousands of years. In fact, some people believe vervain herb plants carry supernatural qualities, while others consider it a holy plant. Learn more here.
Verbena is a perennial down to USDA zone 6. It?s very short lived, though, and treated as an annual in cooler regions. So if you?re going to plant verbena, what are some good verbena companion plants? Click this article to learn more about what to plant with verbena.