Glandularia tenera

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Verbena tenera, Spreng. (V. pulchella, Sw., not Hort). Herbaceous perennial: sts. cespitose, decumbent, rooting: branches slender, 4-angled, ascending, sparsely hairy: lvs. decurrent into the short petiole, 3-parted and again pinnatifid into acute, linear, entire, subrevolute divisions, sprinkled with short hairs: spikes terminal pedunculate: calyx elongated, strigose pubescent or hairy, sprinkled at angles with short stipitate patella- form glands, twice as long as bracts; corolla rose-violet; anther appendages barely exserted, claviculate, subrecurved. S. Brazil and LaPlata region. Var. Maonettii, Hort., by some supposed to be a hybrid between V. tenera and V. incisa and by others to be a form of V. tenera, has rosy pink or carmine fls. rayed with white-margined corolla-lobes. Intro. from Italy and sometimes called Italian verbena. The name is variously spelled.

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