Verbena Bampton is rather like the popular Verbena Bonariensis in style, with an open airy habit and long blooming clusters of pinky purple flowers, but in this distinctive variety of V. Officinalis, the stems and tiny leaves are flushed purple, which ups the ante just a bit. This interesting plant originated in the Devon village of Bampton on the banks of the River Exe. Full sun. Well drained soil. 24 to 36 in. 1 litre pot.
See this link for a little bit on the story behind this variety.
As you will see there, it boasts a rather cumbersome full name of Verbena Officinalis var. Grandiflora Bampton.
Verbena Bampton is a hardy perennial with bronze purple flushed leaves and masses of small pink flowers throughout summer suitable for full sun.
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