Prairie Verbena (Dakota mock vervain, Sweet William)

Prairie verbena is a native, warm season annual of short-lived perennial wildflower that grows 1” tall. It produces pink to purple blooms and is an excellent pollinator attractant throughout the year. Prairie verbena is one of the most widespread and hardy native wildflowers. It can bloom throughout the year with favorable soil moisture.

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Description

Planting: Rangeland Plantings: Plant in the fall or early spring at a rate of 6-8 lbs. pure live seed per acre at ¼ to ½ inch deep. Landscape Plantings: Plant 1-2 lbs. PLS per 1,000 ft2.

Soil: All soils

Height: 1-3’

Regions: Texas-wide

Additional information

Season

Warm Season

Plant Type

Forb

Flower Color

Purple

Height

<1'