Verbena bonariensis AGM
A reasonably hardy perennial if kept in free draining borders. With great height and self seeding habit this verbena brings a wealth of purple flowers and pollinating insects.
Superb structural plant. Excellent in the Summer garden but in the Autumn/Winter months once the flowers are finished, the frosts will give you a different
perspective. The seed heads also provide a home for insects during the winter.
Common Name: purple top / Argentinian vervain
Life Cycle: Perennial
Foliage: lanceolate / serrate
Basic Colour: ( pink )
Flower Colour: pink / purple
Natural Flowering: May – September
Winter Hardiness: Hardy
Height with Flowers: 80 – 150cm
Soil Requirements: well-drained / average / moist
Soil ph: acid / alkaline / neutral
Location: border / cottage garden
Usage: bee food plant / cut flowers
Pruning: leave to set seed
Tolerates: drought tolerant / deer resistance / rabbit resistance
Origin: Tropical South America
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