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Easily grown in average, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Avoid wet, poorly drained soils. Although plants are often short-lived in the garden, they come true from seed and will self-seed in optimum growing conditions.
‘Snow Flurry’ (also known as ‘Snowflurry’) is a compact verbena that typically grows to 10-12″ tall and to 18″ wide. It is a clumping, semi-upright but often sprawling perennial that typically spreads by pubescent, decumbent stems, rooting where they touch the ground, to form an attractive ground cover. Five-petaled, white flowers in flat-topped clusters bloom prolifically in a season-long bloom that is usually heaviest in spring and fall with somewhat sporadic bloom occurring in summer. Pinnatifid, ovate to oblong-ovate leaves (to 3.5″ long) are medium green. ‘Snow Flurry’ is listed herein as a hybrid under the genus Verbena. Zones 5 to 8.