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Flowering Willow Verbena

Edit:Qingzhou Houtu Flower Seedlings Co., Ltd.UpDate:2020-02-27

"Scenery is elsewhere", is this a routine? In our daily life, we would rather travel thousands of miles and wind and dust to go sightseeing elsewhere, and are less willing to pay attention to the scenery just around us.

The resort park is located in the south of the city. Accurately speaking, it is in Bata, and the park was expanded on the basis of the original nursery. The current Yatai has long been a part of the city, so it can be reached in ten minutes by car. No matter which way you go, you can see a sea of ​​flowers everywhere. There are signposts saying there are rose garden, rose garden, peony island and so on. These days, there are roses, roses, evening primroses, red sorrel and so on. Although the time has entered the early summer, the park is still colorful. At this time, the willow leaf verbena suddenly jumped into the eyes. A large piece of pink and purple, like a piece of purple cloud, dipped under the blue sky.

This kind of flower has a poetic and romantic name called Purple Yunxia. It is native to South America, and the small tube-shaped flower is born on the top of the flower stem and forms a cyme. The flower color is mainly pink and purple.

Verbena is planted in pieces. From a distance, one branch of the flower stem is upright, the bottom is dark green branches, and the top is lilac flowers, which are cleverly hand-woven carpets. A group of purple elves are dancing. Looking closely, the lilac flowers have five small petals, and there are dozens of flowers in a bouquet. When they are gathered together, it is a flower ball, which is warm and unrestrained. Perhaps, his shape is like a whip in the hands of a rider, so he gets the name verbena.

Later, when I looked up the book, I realized that it was called willow verbena, and its opposite branches and leaves were slender, just like willow leaves. This kind of grass is what gardens like to plant. There is also a species of Verbena latifolia, which is a relative of its siblings, but it is lazy and rarely blooms, so it is not very welcome. Over the past few years, many park green spaces have been planted with it. It has a long flowering period, is well managed, and has a magnificent bloom. Interestingly, in many places, it is directly called lavender. Come and make a guest appearance to create a Provence atmosphere.

Of course, it is not really lavender, but it is indeed very similar to lavender. The lilac flowers and charming floral fragrance exude a romantic atmosphere. Wandering in the purple clouds, like the tenderness of the water coming.