Botanical Name: Verbena macdougalii
Common Name: New Mexican vervain
Plant Type: Wildflower

Sun Requirement(s): Full
Water Requirement(s): Low

Habitat(s): Mixed conifer forests, Roadsides
Elevation: From 6000 to 7500 feet

Fall/Bloom Color(s): Violet

Blooms from June to Sept

Height: 36 Inches


This species resembles members of the mint family with its 4 sided thick stems but lacks the aromatic odor. Beneficial to native bees.