Attracts many Beneficial Insects

Verbena bonariensis


  • Compact sister of Finesse®
  • Excellent branching
  • Heat and rain tolerant
  • Long flowering season until frost
  • Suitable for borders, containers and landscaping


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All information in our technical guide is based on our own trials and would therefore be as guideline only. Detailed cultivation aspects vary depending on climate, location, time of year and environmental conditions. Benary expressly disclaims any responsibility for the content of such data/information and makes no representation or warranty for the cultivation of any products listed. It is recommended that growers conduct a trial of products under their own conditions.

Crop Time
Spring: 12 - 14 weeks
Height ∅
35 ″ / 90 cm
Width ∅
20 ″ / 50 cm
Sun - Partial shade
Seed Form
Best Uses
Cutflower, Landscape

Culture guide


Border plant, containers, landscape – ideal for mixtures

Sowing method

3-5 seeds per plug for 12-19 cm pots, 1-2 seeds per plug for 9-12 cm pots, direct sowing is also possible. Cover the seeds thinly with vermiculite.


Maintain optimal conditions for seedling development, should begin on the day of sowing until root emergence. Expect the emergence of the first seedlings after 14 days. Avoid a high humidity.

Growing on

Facultative long day plant, flowering more quickly under a long day length. Typical cultivation as a flowering annual that flowers from June to late october.


Use a well-drained, pre-fertilized growing substrate with 20-30 % clay. pH 5.8-6.2; E.C. 1.2-1.5. In field Verbena likes a humus, sandy-loamy soil with good drainage


20-22 °C for germinating. The seedlings should be grown at an average temperature of 18 °C.


Verbena requires a high fertilization level with a weekly dose of nitrogen. Also a good potassium level is important. But avoid high ammonium or nitrogen levels during the growing.

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