The Lemon Verbena plant is a herbaceous perennial member of the Verbenaceae family. The botanical name is Aloysia citriodora (kom-OH-sum sit-ree-oh-DOR-uh). Verbena’s hail from Argentina, Paraguay, and Chile, South America.
Verbena officinalis (ver-BEE-nuh oh-fiss-ih-NAH-liss) is the botanical name for the common verbena. It is a perennial herb native to Europe belongs to the Verbenaceae family. The common name include: Simpler’s
Verbena Canadensis [vur-BEE-nuh, kan-uh-DEN-siss], also known as trailing Verbena, has a unique appearance with small spikey flowers and leaves which are sometimes hairy. This plant will have blue, white, purple
The verbena plant produces fragrant, good-looking flowers that sit atop fern-like foliage with an old-fashioned look and are drought tolerant. Verbena plants consist of around 250 semi-woody species with dense