• New EnduraScape™ Pink Fizz
    ‘Balendinz’ PPAF
    (Flowering Only License)

  • New EnduraScape™ White
    ‘Balendwite’ PPAF
    (Flowering Only License)

  • EnduraScape™ Blue
    ‘Balendluim’ PP29,592
    (Flowering Only License)

  • EnduraScape™ Magenta
    ‘Balendmag’ PP28,452
    (Flowering Only License)

  • EnduraScape™ Pink Bicolor
    ‘Balendpibi’ PP28,455
    (Flowering Only License)

  • EnduraScape™ Dark Purple
    ‘Balendakle’ PP26,131
    (Flowering Only License)

  • EnduraScape™ Hot Pink
    ‘Balendopin’
    (Flowering Only License)

  • EnduraScape™ Red
    ‘Balendred’ PP26,132
    (Flowering Only License)

  • EnduraScape™ White Blush
    ‘Balendish’ PP25,839
    (Flowering Only License)

EnduraScape™ Verbena
  • The first verbena that’s hardy in the hottest days of Summer, but can take the cold down to the low teens and still rebloom in Spring.
  • EnduraScape revs up the color with 10 high-octane varieties.
  • Superior branching: finished product has a full habit with a high bloom count in gallon containers.
  • Excellent Powdery Mildew resistance.
NEW Pink Fizz: Excellent habit that matches Pink Bicolor, with the same great performance.
NEW White: Clean, pure white blooms all season long. Offers a more vigorous habit that matches Purple and Magenta.
  • General Information
    • Height: 8-12" (20-30cm)
      Spread: 18-24" (46-61cm)
      Exposure: Sun
  • Propagation Guide
    • Tray Sizes (cells/tray): 50, 72, 84, 105
      Rooting Hormone: No
      Average Days with Mist: 6-9
      Pinch: Yes
      Average Propagation Time (weeks): 3-4

      Average propagation time for perennials includes 3-5 weeks to bulk-up the liner before beginning cold treatment when started in late Summer or early Autumn.

      Comments: Reduce and then eliminate mist as soon as possible. Apply preventative fungicide spray after sticking.
  • Finishing
    • Soil pH: 5.8-6.2
      Light Levels (fc): 5,000-8,000
      Temperature Day: 71-79°F (22-26°C)
      Temperature Night: 62-64°F (17-18°C)
      Fertilization (ppm N): 225-300
      No. of Pinches: 1-2
      Plant Growth Regulators (S) = spray / (D) = drench: Responsive to a B-Nine 2,500-3,500 ppm/Cycocel 750-1,000 ppm tank mix(S) and Florel(S) 250-300 ppm to control growth and improve plant habit.
      Pests: Whitefly, leafminers, aphids
      Diseases: Root rot
      Comments: Regularly allow plants to dry between waterings. Pinch as needed to shape. EnduraScape varieties may require more PGR use under normal conditions.
  • Crop Time (weeks)
    • 4- to 5-inch (10- to 13-cm) Pots, Quarts : 1 ppp, 5-7 weeks
      6-inch (15-cm) Pots, Gallons: 1-3 ppp, 7-8 weeks
      10- to 12-inch (25- to 30-cm) Tubs or Baskets: 4-5 ppp, 10-13 weeks
  • Download Culture
  • Videos
    • EnduraScape Verbena Introductions for 2019
      0:58
      EnduraScape Verbena Performance Trials 2017
      3:11
      EnduraScape Blue Improved Verbena
      1:01
      EnduraScape Verbena: New Colors for 2017
      0:57
      EnduraScape Verbena Built for Landscape Success
      1:17
      EnduraScape Verbena Takes the Heat
      1:39
  • Additional Information
Varieties
Rick Mast
Rick Mast
Sales Manager

Regional Culture recommendations

West Region

Finish in an outdoor cold frame, where it can receive natural night temperatures as low as 32°F (0°C). PGRs are generally not needed unless average daily temperatures (ADT) exceed 54°F (12°C), at which time we would recommend a 2 ppm Bonzi drench. EnduraScape Red generally does not need PGRs when ADT exceeds 54°F (12°C).

Midwest, Canada and Northeast Region

Cultural trials show an application of Bonzi at 2 ppm 10 days after transplant controls the growth of this series. A second Bonzi at 2 ppm roughly 38 days after transplant further improves EnduraScape’s habit. For EnduraScape Red production, it responds to a B-Nine 2,500 ppm spray at 2 weeks and 4 weeks after transplant.

South and Southeast Region

Finish in an outdoor cold frame, where it can receive natural night temperatures as low as 32°F (0°C). PGRs are generally not needed unless average daily temperatures (ADT) exceed 54°F (12°C), at which time we would recommend a 2-4 ppm Bonzi drench. EnduraScape Red generally does not need PGRs when ADT exceeds 54°F (12°C).