Scientific Name: Verbena
Family Name: Verbenaceae
Common Name: ساگُون,vervain or verbena
Vervain and verveine are other names for the genus Verbena, which belongs to the Verbenaceae family. About 150 kinds of annual, perennial, herbaceous, or semi-woody blooming plants are found there. The leaves are typically opposite, straightforward, and frequently thickly hairy in several species. Small, five-petaled flowers are borne in dense spikes. They are often some shade of blue, although, especially in cultivars, they can also be white, pink, or purple. Additionally, verbena has been utilized in aromatherapy and as a herbal tonic over the years.
Planting And Care
Plant in full sun for the most vibrant blooms and optimal growth.
Keep the soil consistently moist, but avoid waterlogged conditions.
Use well-draining soil to prevent root rot and promote healthy growth.
Apply a balanced fertilizer regularly to support flowering and overall health.
Regularly remove spent flowers to encourage continuous blooming and maintain tidiness.
Trim back leggy growth to promote bushier plants and more blooms.