Patagonian Vervain, Purpletop vervain, Clustertop vervain
Patagonian Vervain Patagonian verbena
This eyecatcher in the hedgerow is a tall, delicate plant. It bears violet flowers as if they were a chandelier. Pair these blue shades with orange, white, and pink flowers in the garden bed and Patagonian bouquets to give pure joy of life. They make a buzzing bee meadow. Height reaches 150 cm.
Sow in seed trays in late March to mid-April. Transplant out to the field in May at a distance of 30 ✕ 30 cm. They love full sun. Flowers bloom from June to October. It will reseed itself, but not turn into a weed.