Scientific Name: Glandularia canadensis ( syn. Verbena )Form: Irregular, Mounded, Weeping
Common Name:trailing verbenaTexture:Medium - fine
Family Name:VerbenaceaeHabit: Arching, Irregular, Pendulous, Spreading
Plant Type: Herbaceous perennial Mature Size (ht. X w.):0.2 - 0.4m x 0.6 - 1.0m
Origin: Canada - eastern Hardiness Zone:Zone 5: (-29 to -23 C)
Leaves: Lobed, Simple, Opposite, Soft flexible, Pubescent, Ovate, Ciliate, Dentate, Crenate
Flowers: Spike, (Floriferous), (Corymb-like), Purple, Violet, Pink, Blue, Red, White, Jun- Jul- Aug- Sep- Oct
Fruit: Nut, Brown
Exposure: Full sun
Soil or Media: Well-drained
Landscape Uses: Alpine, Attract butterflies, Bedding plant, Container planting, Ground cover, Group or mass planting, Hanging basket, Mixed shrub border, Perennial border, Rock garden, Small garden/space
Key ID Features:Leaves lobed, bases triangular; flowers pink to purple, in terminal clusters forming a flat-topped inflorescence.