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Verbena stricta, or Hoary Vervain, is native to much of the United States. It is very drought tolerant, deer & livestock resistant and an important component of butterfly gardens! It also grows well it tough areas.

Verbena stricta, or Hoary Vervain, is native to much of the United States. It is very drought tolerant, deer & livestock resistant and an important component of butterfly gardens! It also grows well it tough areas.

Verbena stricta Hoary Vervain  Sun:	Full  Soil:	Sand,Loam  Moisture:	Dry,Medium  Height:	2'-4'  Bloom:Blue Jul-Sep  The robin's egg blue spires are a real standout in the late summer prairie. An important nectar source for butterflies, and the leaves are the larval host food for the Common Buckeye Butterfly. The seeds are important for many small birds and mammals. Very drought resistant, and non-aggressive. Hardy to Zones 3 - 8.

Verbena stricta Hoary Vervain Sun: Full Soil: Sand,Loam Moisture: Dry,Medium Height: 2'-4' Bloom:Blue Jul-Sep The robin's egg blue spires are a real standout in the late summer prairie. An important nectar source for butterflies, and the leaves are the larval host food for the Common Buckeye Butterfly. The seeds are important for many small birds and mammals. Very drought resistant, and non-aggressive. Hardy to Zones 3 - 8.

Prairie Verbena – Glandularia bipinnatifida var. bipinnatifida -50 seeds, Dakota Vervain, Moradilla, Attracts butterflies, Drought tolerant on Etsy, $2.95

Prairie Verbena – Glandularia bipinnatifida var. bipinnatifida -50 seeds, Dakota Vervain, Moradilla, Attracts butterflies, Drought tolerant on Etsy, $2.95

Mellisuga minima minima - Vervain Hummingbird | The tiny Ver… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Mellisuga minima minima - Vervain Hummingbird | The tiny Ver… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Tampa Mock Vervain (Glandularia tampensis) is native to just a few coastal counties in Florida, but is making a comeback in the commercial trade. Look for it for sale in the winter months - it dies back once hotter temperatures kick in.

Tampa Mock Vervain (Glandularia tampensis) is native to just a few coastal counties in Florida, but is making a comeback in the commercial trade. Look for it for sale in the winter months - it dies back once hotter temperatures kick in.

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