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As a comment about Swamp Verbena (Verbena hastata), chelle wrote:

This plant has reached a height of 9' in my seasonal stream bed. I'd class this plant as totally care-free. The leaves are coarse and they aren't pretty, but I find it to be a very nice background plant for a nearly-wild area.
Name: Michele Roth
N.E. Indiana - Zone 5b
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Jul 22, 2013 6:30 AM CST
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The blue ones in this image are even taller than the yellow flowered Elecampagne (Inula helenium) blooming beneath it. The white ones in the bottom-left of the image have been grown for two seasons in a container, so they're quite a bit shorter.
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