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  • Madelyn Woodson

    I like the differing peach colors in this Superbena Peachy Keen Verbena

  • Jennifer Smith

    Superbena Peachy Keen Verbena. I love the peachy pink colors! It also tolerates dry soil which is great for the corner of my flower bed.

  • Lori Ritzer

    Peachy Keen Verbena-- looks PERFECT for my front flower bed! Absolutely beautiful

  • Pam Schnoes

    xxxxx-Superbena Peachy Keen Verbena An annual flower, a standout in hanging baskets and large containers. Vigorous heat and mildew tolerant verbena hybrid performs well in landscape beds because it tolerates dry soils.

  • Sondra Sweeney

    Superbena Peachy Keen Verbena An annual with real flower power, Superbena Peachy Keen is a standout in hanging baskets and large containers. This vigorous heat- and mildew-tolerant verbena hybrid also performs well in landscape beds because Superbena Peachy Keen tolerates dry soils. This naturally well-branched plant responds well to trimming back to encourage additional branching, fuller plants, and more flowers.

  • Becky Coldren

    Superbena Peachy Keen Verbena...what a pretty color!

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