Creeping succulent perennial to 4″ tall, spreading to 2′. Small, purplish-red flowers are nestled in the foliage. Good groundcover or container plant.
The foliage is a very attractive burgundy shade and it keeps its color throughout the season. Can handle full sun to moderately shady conditions and needs a well-drained soil.
The plants are erect, 12-24 inches tall and have few branches. The leaves are 2-5 inches long, narrow at the base and very short. Small blue-purple flowers all summer.
Discovered in a backyard in Georgia and now virus-indexed, it continues to be a top seller across the country. Verbena ‘Homestead Purple’ can reach 4-6″ tall at maturity.
Bright orange-red flowers in clusters late spring to early fall. The stems and flower stalks also have a red hue. Heat and drought tolerant and requires excellent drainage.