Alternate Name: Fog-fruit
Family: (Verbenaceae) Vervain
Habitat: Stream banks, ditches.
Height: Creeping, to 1 foot
Bloom Period: March - November
Description: Perennial. Tiny white flowers on erect stems. Plants spread and can form dense mounds. Provides good erosion control on stream banks.
Propagation Tips: Not available commercially. Transplants easily.
The Wildlife Connection: Nectar source for bees and butterflies. Larval food source for buckeye and phaon crescent butterflies.