These instructions are sent with the plant gift
Your verbena will do best in a sunny spot on a patio, windowsil or planted out in a sheltered spot in the garden. You can keep them in a pot or plant them out into your borders it’s completely up to you.
In hot spells and particularly in the pot make sure your plants are kept well watered and that the soil does not dry out. These plants have recently been repotted and each pot contains slow release fertiliser to keep the leaves healthy and the flowers blooming.
Snip off the spent flowers to encourage your plant to keep flowering in the pot or alternatively as the flowers start to come towards their end, plant your Verbena bonasaris in the garden and the seeds will self sow producing lots of pretty plants next year.
Verbena are pretty easy going but do try and keep the soil damp if it is in a pot.