Glandularia gooddingii

Glandularia gooddingii

Desert verbena

Previous scientific name(s): Verbena arizonica, Verbena gooddingii, Verbena gooddingii var. nepetifolia, Verbena verna, Verbena verna var. fissa

Formerly known as Verbena gooddingii. Low water requirement; full sun. Attractive perennial with clusters of pink or lavender blossoms found atop densely hairy stems. Grows well on sandy or rocky sites, especially on limestone or granite soils. Typically found along sandy washes, canyon floors, ravines, gravel bars or road banks.

Varieties: 

Species Attributes

Height: 
18 
- 24 
in.
Life Form: 
Perennial
Native or Introduced: 
Native
Precipitation: 
Low
Sun & Shade Tolerance: 
Full Sun
Elevation: 
ft.

Soil Texture

Coarse: 
Best
Moderately Coarse: 
Best
Medium: 
Average
Moderately Fine: 
Not Adapted
Fine: 
Not Adapted

Soil pH

Acidic: 
Not Adapted
Neutral: 
Best
Basic: 
Marginal
Seeding Rate: 
- 4 
PLS lbs/Acre
Pure Seed per Bushel: 
33.00 lbs.
Seeds per Pound: 
482,800
Germination Time: 
Days
Mycorrhizal Dependent: 
Yes
Bloom Color: 
Pink to Lavender
Blooming Season: 
Spring