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Verbenas are guaranteed to add some summer sparkle to your garden and bring in the bees and the butterflies. They are drought-resistant, tolerating full to partial sun, and enjoy well-drained soils. Although some species and hybrids are not hardy and are treated as half-hardy annuals in bedding schemes

 

Relatively easy to care for, just cut back plants in the autumn and mulch with a layer of bark chippings or leaf matter. Ensure that the plant has good drainage. Half-hardy annuals will need to be moved to a frost-free location to try and ensure they survive through the winter.

Verbena bonariensis £4.50

(1.5ltr pot available for collection only)

 

Tall-stemmed clusters of tiny lilac–purple flowers from June to September. Grows best in full sun in well-drained soil. Attracts bees and butterflies. Reaches a height of around 2m with a spread of 45cm. Cut back in spring. Protect from winter frosts . Semi-hardy.

 

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