Hoary Vervain, Verbena stricta

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Hoary vervain grows long lasting spikes of purple flowers that bloom from the bottom up. It self-seeds readily, but is not weedy in a prairie setting. Often included in dry prairie seed mixes it makes a strong appearance early in the life of a planting, but fades out over time. Many birds and small mammals depend on these plants as a reliable food source.

Size: 2 feet
Sun: Full, Partial
Soil: Medium-Dry, Dry
Bloom Time: June, July, August, September
Advantages: Pollinator Favorite Bird Favorite: Habitat, Food Source Deer Resistant Highly recommended for home gardens