- Landscaping: Many people with invasive species such as purple loosestrife, foxglove, or European wand loosestrife should choose blue verbena as a substitute. - Wildlife: Many birds enjoy the swamp verbena seeds, such as field sparrow, song sparrow, slate-colored junco, and cardinal.
You will often find swamp verbena in marshes, ponds, river-bottom prairies, disturbed sites, lakes, ditches, and the edges of creeks in moist soil. Although, it is possible to find in woodlands if there is a nearby water source.
- Seed - Stem Cuttings - Division
- Controlling Spread - Pests - Overwintering