Common Lantana (berries)

Lantana camara At first glance, the berries of the common lantana (Lantana camara) look like blackberries. However, they are not edible. Family: Verbenaceae Origin: The wild type is native to Central and South America (distribution map) Height: Lantana camara is a evergreen shrub that can reach heights of up to 2 meters. Edible: No

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Verbena bonariensis cv.

Purpletop Vervain
Clustertop Vervain
Argentinian Vervain

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Duranta erecta

Duranta erecta Common name(s): Golden Dewdrop, Pigeon Berry, Skyflower Family: Verbenaceae Origin: Mexico to Argentina, Caribbean Edible: No, all plant parts are poisonous.

Categories: Berries | Blue & Purple Flowers | Indoor Plants | Shrubs & Trees |

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Monk’s Pepper

Monk’s Pepper Botanical name: Vitex agnus-castus Other name(s): Chaste Tree, Chasteberry, Abraham’s Balm Family: Verbenaceae Edible: Monk’s Pepper is used as a medicinal herb

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Glandularia × hybrida

Glandularia × hybrida Common name(s): Florist Verbena, Mock Verbena, Garden Verbena and others Synonyme(s): Verbena × hybrida Family: Verbenaceae Origin: none, cultivars. The Members of the genus Glandularia are native to South America. More infos: Florist Verbenas are available in a wide range of blooming colors.

Categories: Indoor Plants | Red & Pink Flowers | White flowers |

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