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Common Name: Variable-leaved sea hollyScientific Name: Eryngium variifoliumType: PerennialWater: Dry to mediumSoil PH: 5.8 – 6.8Flower Color: Grayish-blueSpecial Characteristics: Showy flowersHardiness Zone(s): 5 to 9Height At Maturity: 12-16”Sun: Full sunSub Type: Groundcover

Verbana (Verbena officinalis)

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Common Name: VerbanaScientific Name: Verbena officinalisType: PerennialWater: Needs Moderate MoistureSoil PH: 5.8 – 7.2Flower Color: VioletSpecial Characteristics: Attracts birds and butterflies, Self-sowingHardiness Zone(s): 3 – 8Height At Maturity: 24″ – 36″Sun: Full sunSub Type: Herb

Verbena (Glandularia Canadensis)

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Common Name: VerbenaScientific Name: Glandularia CanadensisType: PerennialWater: Dry to mediumSoil PH: 4-6.8Flower Color: Rose-pink to rose-purpleSpecial Characteristics: Showy flowers, easy-to-growHardiness Zone(s): 5 to 9Height At Maturity: 6-18”Sun: Full sunSub Type: Groundcover

Viburnum (Viburnum)

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Common Name: ViburnumScientific Name: ViburnumType: ShrubWater: ModerateSoil PH: 5.6 to 6.6Flower Color: WhiteSpecial Characteristics: Attracts birds and butterflies, Fragrant, Showy FlowersHardiness Zone(s): 2 to 9Height At Maturity: 36″ to 240″Sun: Full Sun, Partial ShadeSub Type: Deciduous

Violet Churcu (Iochroma cyaneum)

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Common Name: Violet ChurcuScientific Name: Iochroma cyaneumType: ShrubWater: Needs moderate moistureSoil PH: 5.5 – 6.5Flower Color: Purple, redSpecial Characteristics: Attracts birds and butterflies, poisonous, containerHardiness Zone(s): 9-11Height At Maturity: 96-120″Sun: Full SunSub Type: Evergreen

Violet wood sorrel (Oxalis violacea)

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Common Name: Violet wood sorrelScientific Name: Oxalis violaceaType: PerennialWater: MediumSoil PH: 5.2 to 8.3Special Characteristics: Showy flowers, easy-to-growHardiness Zone(s): 5 to 9Height At Maturity: 4-8″Sun: Full sun to part shadeSub Type: Herb

Viper’s bugloss (Echium vulgare)

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Common Name: Viper’s buglossScientific Name: Echium vulgareType: PerennialWater: Dry to mediumSoil PH: 6.5 to 7Flower Color: Blue with red stamensSpecial Characteristics: Showy flowers, easy-to-growHardiness Zone(s): 4 to 8Height At Maturity: 12-30′Sun: Full sunSub Type: Groundcover

Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica)

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Common Name: Virginia bluebellsScientific Name: Mertensia virginicaType: PerennialWater: MediumSoil PH: 6.8-7.2Flower Color: BlueSpecial Characteristics: Tolerates rabbit, showy flowersHardiness Zone(s): 3 to 8Height At Maturity: 1-2′Sun: Part shade to full shadeSub Type: Groundcover

Virginia Sweetspire (Itea virginica)

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Common Name: Virginia SweetspireScientific Name: Itea virginicaType: ShrubWater: ModerateSoil PH: 5 to 6.8Flower Color: WhiteSpecial Characteristics: Showy flowers, Attracts birds and butterflies, FragrantHardiness Zone(s): 5 to 9Height At Maturity: 36″ to 48:”Sun: Full Sun, Partial ShadeSub Type: Deciduous

Because they’re so popular, we’ll expand on the Verbena here.

Verbenas are a genus of 250 species that belong to the family Verbenaceae or the family of vervains, for which it is sometimes called. They originated from North and South America and Europe but can be found anywhere in tropical and subtropical climates. Depending on their location, verbenas can be grown either as perennials or as annuals.

These plants can produce flowers of assorted colors such as pink, red, blue, white and purple. The flowers consist of five petals growing in clusters on spikes. Interestingly, the leaves of verbenas have a light to heavy covering of hair and its fruit splits into four parts, each containing one seed.

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