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Lollipop Verbena

Lollipop Verbena

A Dwarf Vervain with Big Color!

Item # 30719
Ships in Fall at the proper planting time for your zone. View Schedule.

Fill your garden all season long with airy lavender-to-violet blooms, and invite in pollinators at the same time! As handy in containers as it is in the garden, this versatile Lollipop Verbena even makes fine cut-flowers in both fresh and dried arrangements.

From early summer to early fall, Lollipop Verbena offers a lovely canopy of fragrant lavender to violet flowers. A very free-flowering dwarf selection of the species, Lollipop Verbena is a magnet for butterflies and hummers, which visit the 24-inch high and wide plant all season long. This sun-lover requiring little water and almost no maintenance, making Lollipop Verbena one of the easiest perennials you will ever grow.

Lollipop is already an award winner, and you will find it ultra-dependable in the border, meadow garden, or container. Tolerant of extreme heat and humidity, once established it also puts up with drought without dropping a leaf! Enjoy Lollipop Verbena in your landscape for many seasons to come! Zones 7-10.

Review Summary
(Based on 3 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Adds an airy touch to the border
John_Balz from AR wrote on May 04, 2019

Love this verbena! Well behaved, began blooming in April of this year and will continue through the summer. I plan to add some more plants to scatter throughout the border.

Lovely, graceful plant, soft color
Gardener for 50 years from MO wrote on March 18, 2017

Beautiful! The color is a beautiful, flowing soft purply-blue that looks fabulous next to yellows, or probably any other color. Shape is a series of "y"s. Can cut it back hard, and it will come back thicker and more beautiful. Mine collapsed in midsummer, not sure why. Maybe too much water? Something in the soil? Anyway, too beautiful not to try it again.

Hearty and beautiful
Cal, farmer's garden from wrote on April 10, 2015

This plant is a true beauty and does really well in a 'droughty' and cold wind-exposed part of our Central PA lawn. Very low maintenance once established.