Verbena (Verbena Hybrids Nana Compacta Apricot) - This annual is easy-to-grow from Verbena seeds, and it's such a versatile little plant. Apricot Verbena flowers are particularly gorgeous in hanging baskets and containers, and they are great for edging a border or as general ground cover plants.
Verbena (Verbena Canadensis) - Starting Verbena seeds is a great way to establish this low-growing perennial that is commonly known as Rose Verbena, Homestead Verbena or Trailing Verbena. These easy-to-grow perennial ground cover plants have clusters of deep violet-rose colored blooms.
Moss Verbena (Verbena Tenuisecta) - Moss Verbena comes from South America, and it performs well in hot, sunny locations with sandy and infertile soils. It is very easy to establish from Verbena seeds, and it provides nectar for honeybees and butterflies.
Verbena (Verbena Hybrids Nana Compacta Rose) - Growing Verbena ground cover seeds is so rewarding! This versatile little annual is a must have for the summer landscape. Verbena plants are great for hanging baskets, pots, or window boxes. They also make nice edging plants along the sunny border, or they can create a lovely ground cover for a sunny area.
Verbena (Verbena Hybrids Nana Compacta Scarlet) - These breathtaking scarlet Verbena flowers are easy to establish from Verbena seeds and they quickly form a dense mat with 2 1/2 - 3 inch bloom clusters that bloom non-stop from late spring until fall.
Verbena (Verbena Hybrids Nana Compacta White) - These little white Verbena plants are so versatile! And, they bloom from late spring until fall and the first frost. Verbena care includes trimming the plant back a time or two during the season to neaten its appearance and to promote more blooming.