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 drought tolerant. Verbena plants consist of around 250 semi-woody species with dense