|Gooding's Verbena, Glandularia gooddingii.|
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A short lived perennial ground cover, fast growing to 2 feet tall, 4 feet in diameter.
We see it growing wild at Yarnell, Arizona - at 4,800 feet.
This is also a xeriscape landscaping plant in Arizona.
Height: Perennial evergreen growing to about 24 inches tall and 48 inches wide.
Flowers: The flowers are lavender to pink. 1 1/2 inches - 3 inches, rounded clusters on top of square stems with opposite leaves. The flowers have 5, joined, notched, petals.
Flowering Time: March - June. Sometimes through September.
Leaves: The leaves are simple, bright green, pubescent, hairy, deeply cut 1.5 inches long about 1 inch wide.
Found: Native to the southwestern United States (AZ, CA, NM, NV, TX, UT); and the extreme northwest of Northern Mexico.
Soil pH requirements:
Elevation: Can be found from 0 - 5,000 Feet.
Habitat: Alkaline, well-drained/light soils. An ideal xeriscape landscape plant in Arizona.
Miscellaneous: Flowering Photos Taken March 10, 2005. Bartlett Lake, Arizona.
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