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EnduraScape™ Red Verbena

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About EnduraScape™ Red Verbena

The Red Endurascape Verbena from the Southern Living Plant Collection is reserved only for bloom-lovers! You won't be able to ignore the multitudes of brilliant red bloom umbels. Each stalk produces numerous clusters of petite flowers with ruffled petals. They coat nearly the entire plant, save for a few leaves peeking out here and there. Expect these blooms to begin emerging in spring and continue through fall. Furthermore, this hardy perennial is an unbelievable summer bloom producer.

The Red Endurascape Verbena features small spear-shaped leaves with serrated edges, somewhat reminiscent of mint leaves. This foliage is deciduous, meaning that it will die back in winter and return in spring. Additionally, this foliage grows and spreads quickly.

Red Endurascape Verbena Care

Hardy from USDA Zones 8b-10, down to 15°F.

The Red Endurscape Verbena requires Full Sun to grow and bloom properly.

Water 2-3 times per week during the first growing season. Afterward, little supplementary water is necessary.

Plant in slightly acidic, rich soil for best results.

Fertilize once yearly in spring with an organic acidic fertilizer.

Red Endurascape Verbena Spacing Recommendations

Space your Red Endurascape Verbena 15-18 inches apart for a seamless planting. Space over 2 feet apart for space between plants.

Common Name
EnduraScape™ Red Verbena
Scientific Name
Verbena hybrida 'Balendred' PP26132
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Average Size
8-12" H x 18-24" W
Sun Exposure

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2 reviews for EnduraScape™ Red Verbena

  1. candylloyd1610 (verified owner)

    Very nice looking plant and is growing well.

  2. Sheila (verified owner)

    Arrived very healthy looking. The plant has doubled in size in about 2 weeks and now has small buds. Can’t wait for it to bloom.

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