glan-doo-LAIR-ee-uh — having small glands
pul-KEL-uh or pul-CHEL-uh — pretty

commonly known as: moss verbena, South American mock vervain

Native to: Philippines; introduced and naturalized in India and s-e Asia   


 

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Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc.
glan-doo-LAIR-ee-uh — having small glands 
pul-KEL-uh or pul-CHEL-uh — pretty
Apr 15, 2007 at a resort near Karnala Bird Sanctuary
commonly known as: moss verbena, South American mock vervain
Native to: Philippines; introduced and naturalized in India and s-e Asia
… this lone sighting. 


I will go with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore as per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode.

It is also mentioned in Flora of Peninsular india as Verbena tenuisecta and Flora of Pakistan

Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc. syn. Glandularia tenera (Spreng.) Cabrera is slightly different as per per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode and appears to have been confused due to its closeness with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore. Also there is no mention of it in Flora of Pakistan.


 

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Glandularia pulchella – Flora of Madhya Pradesh:   Photographed dis herb at a temple garden at Betul, MP.
Glandularia pulchella (Verbenaceae) tends to grow low giving it the common name of Moss Verbena.
It z known to b a gr8 ground cover plant. Also it attracts a lot of honeybees and butterflies.


…, beautiful flowers. Yes they are the favorite of butterflies. Here is mine taken from the Ovalekar Butterfly Garden, Thane.


Sorry, my plant is different. It is Stachytarpheta jamaicensis – Blue Porterweed.


Probably Simple phonetic English…..
Photographed dis(this) herb at a temple garden at Betul, MP. Glandularia pulchella (Verbenaceae) tends to grow low giving it the common name of Moss Verbena. It z(is) known to b(be) a gr8(great) ground cover plant. Also it attracts a lot of honeybees and butterflies.


I will go with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore as per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode.

It is also mentioned in Flora of Peninsular india as Verbena tenuisecta and Flora of Pakistan

Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc. syn. Glandularia tenera (Spreng.) Cabrera is slightly different as per per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode and appears to have been confused due to its closeness with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore. Also there is no mention of it in Flora of Pakistan.


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Attached are pictures of Glandularia pulchella captured at Mumbai in September 2012.
Requested to validate the ID.


Moss Verbena (Verbena tenuisecta) ??


Thank you for sharing … I fail to remember if I have ever seen any plant like this.


Thanks … V. tenuisecta (var. glabrata) is a synonym. As per TPL, Glandularia pulchella is a synonym of G. tenera

…, This is a very common garden ornamental here…


I will go with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore as per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode.

It is also mentioned in Flora of Peninsular india as Verbena tenuisecta and Flora of Pakistan

Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc. syn. Glandularia tenera (Spreng.) Cabrera is slightly different as per per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode and appears to have been confused due to its closeness with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore. Also there is no mention of it in Flora of Pakistan.

Glandularia tenera (Spreng.) Cabrera
cultivated as ornamental


Thanks, …  But the question is which one to follow:
GRIN (Updated in 2009): Glandularia pulchra (Moldenke) Botta & Glandularia tenera (Spreng.) Cabrera 


or  
WCSP: 
Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc. is a syn. of Glandularia tenera (Spreng.) Cabrera based on Acevedo-Rodríguez, P. & Strong, M.T. (2012). Catalogue of seed plants of the West Indies. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 98: 1-1192


…, I am under the impression that the plant is Verbena pulchella Sweet … considered as synonym of Glandularia tenera (Spreng.) Cabrera at the The Plants List (2013). Version 1.1. … unless validated otherwise.


I will go with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore (for the 1st image) as per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode.

It is also mentioned in Flora of Peninsular india as Verbena tenuisecta and Flora of Pakistan

Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc. syn. Glandularia tenera (Spreng.) Cabrera is slightly different as per per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode and appears to have been confused due to its closeness with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore. Also there is no mention of it in Flora of Pakistan.

Can not say about the 2nd & 3rd image as no side and clear calyx view is available


 

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This is from a garden in Panipat..


Now I have problem differentiating mine Verbena bipinnatifida from this one.


except for the fact that the prairie verbena is that “grows in Prairie” how would you? the leaves ?

fine r dissection photos and measurements of lots of the flowers?


I will go with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore as per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode.

It is also mentioned in Flora of Peninsular india as Verbena tenuisecta and Flora of Pakistan

Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Tronc. syn. Glandularia tenera (Spreng.) Cabrera is slightly different as per per details in The Genus Glandularia (Verbenaceae) in Brazil– December 2016 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 101(4):699-749- Nataly O’Leary & Verônica Aydos Thode and appears to have been confused due to its closeness with Verbena tenuisecta syn. of Verbena aristigera S.Moore. Also there is no mention of it in Flora of Pakistan.



 

 
 
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