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During the hottest days of summer, verbenas thrive while other summer flowers suffer. Plant in full sun for the most prolific blooms.
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The list of adjectives describing 'Firehouse Purple' verbena is long and impressive. Deer-resistant and drought-, salt-, pollution-, and heat-tolerant, with long-lasting, white-eyed, deep purple blooms. What that means is this purple-flowered wonder will thrive in coastal gardens, xeriscapes, parking strips, and the hottest spots in the yard, be it in the ground or in container planters and hanging baskets. Mounding to about 10 inches tall, 'Firehouse Purple' verbena can spread/trail up to two feet, given well-draining soil, regular watering and fertilizing, and all-day sun (meaning minimum six hours). Perhaps the only drawback to this sun-lover is that removing spent flowers will encourage even more blooms while keeping it looking neat and tidy, but honestly, we find the task to be relaxing and ultimately, very rewarding.
|Common Name||Verbena 'Firehouse Purple'|
|Mature Size||8" - 10" tall, 18" - 22" wide|
|Cold Hardiness||Frost sensitive annual|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Bloom Time||Late spring into fall|