Pink vervain (scientific name: Verbena hastata cv. Pink Spiers) is native to North America and is a perennial plant in the Verbenaceae. The stem is hollow and the cross section is square. From summer to autumn, the panicles grow from the flower stalks, and light pink five-petaled flowers come in bloom. Those that bloom blue-purple flowers are called blue vervain.
General name: Pink vervain, Scientific name: Verbena hastata cv. Pink Spiers, Origin: North America, Plant height: 90-100 cm, Single leaf, Phylogenetic: opposite, inflorescence: panicle inflorescence, stalk: hollow in section square, single leaf, leaf form: lanceolate, phylogeny: inflorescence diameter: 3 to 9 cm, flower diameter: 1 cm, flowering period: July to September, corolla: five-petaled flower, flower color: pink, use: cut flower.