Virtues: We love Temari Patio Blue verbena for its bushy, more upright growth habit than typical annual verbenas, which makes it a unique cultivar for patio pots and the garden beds. Temari produces bountiful, bright bluish-purple flowers that cascade over the edges of containers and window boxes, giving a your garden a high-priced look.
Common name: Patio Blue
Botanical name: Verbena
Flowers: Compact clusters of purplish-blue flowers
Foliage: Dark green, fern-like leaves
Habit: Upright growth. 10-12 inches tall
Season: Early spring through late fall
Origin: North America
Cultivation: Plant in moist soil, well-drained soil. Do not allow to dry between waterings. Full sun. Annual.
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