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Gooding's Verbena

Gooding's Verbena

Regular price $6.80 USD
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Plant Type: perennial
Plant Height: 6-12 inches
Spread: 18-24 inches
Flower Color: bright pink to purplish-pink
Sun Exposure: Full Sun


Gooding's Verbena, also known as Glandularia gooddingii, is a perennial flowering plant native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. This plant is renowned for its vibrant flowers and low-growing, spreading habit, making it a popular choice for ground covers, rock gardens, and borders.

One of the most appealing aspects of Gooding's Verbena is its clusters of bright pink to purplish-pink flowers. These showy blooms emerge in spring and continue through the summer, providing a long-lasting and colorful display. The flowers are not only visually striking but also attract a variety of pollinators, including butterflies and bees, contributing to the ecological diversity of the garden.

The foliage of Gooding's Verbena is also noteworthy, featuring small, green, finely textured leaves that form a dense mat. This foliage provides a lush backdrop for the bright flowers and adds to the plant's overall ground-covering ability.

Gooding's Verbena is well-suited for use in sunny areas of the garden, where it can spread and create a vibrant carpet of color. It's also an excellent choice for hanging baskets and containers, where its trailing habit can be showcased.

This plant thrives in well-drained soil and is highly drought-tolerant once established, making it suitable for xeriscaping and water-wise gardening. Gooding's Verbena prefers full sun but can tolerate light shade, although this may reduce blooming.

Overall, Gooding's Verbina is appreciated for its vibrant flowers, ease of care, and adaptability to a range of garden settings. Its ability to provide long-lasting color and attract pollinators makes it a popular choice for gardeners looking to create a colorful, low-maintenance, and wildlife-friendly garden space.

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