I like to use plants in my garden that add a lot of color and the drought-tolerant and beautiful, sandpaper verbena certainly doesn’t disappoint.
Its blossoms are a vibrant, deep purple that carpets the ground in a mass of glorious color from spring through fall.
The deep green leaves add a visually cooling element to the landscape as well.
Butterflies find the flowers irresistible too.
See where this colorful ground cover gets its name and why you’ll want to include it in your drought-tolerant garden where it will add beauty to your outdoor space in my latest plant profile for Houzz.com
An Attractive, Drought-Tolerant Hedge for Southwestern Gardens: Hop Bush