Verbena flowers field at ไร่แสงตะวัน Flower Farm Chiang Mai

“a flower knows, when its butterfly will return,
and if the moon walks out, the sky will understand;
but now it hurts, to watch you leave so soon,
when I don't know, if you will ever come back.”
― Sanober Khan

“It is said there are flowers that bloom only once in a hundred years. Why should there not be some that bloom once in a thousand, in ten thousand years? Perhaps we never know about them simply because this "once in a thousand years" has come today.” ― Zamyatin, We

“Flowers are the Romeos and the Juliets of the nature!” ― Mehmet Murat ildan Verbena is a genus of flowering plants that includes a variety of species, many of which are known for their colorful and fragrant flowers. These plants are often cultivated for ornamental purposes in gardens, landscapes, and even as potted plants.

Verbena fields might be natural habitats where verbena plants thrive, or they could be cultivated areas where verbena is intentionally grown for commercial or aesthetic reasons. The term "field" suggests an open area of land where these plants are cultivated or naturally occurring.


Verbena flowers are often used to attract pollinators like bees and butterflies due to their vibrant colors and pleasant scent. They can be found in a range of colors including purple, pink, red, and white, making them popular choices for adding beauty to outdoor spaces.

If you're interested in creating or exploring a verbena field, you might consider researching the specific care and cultivation requirements for the verbena species you're interested in, including factors like sunlight, soil type, watering needs, and climate suitability.

Verbena starts with a refreshing, lemon-like scent that gradually transforms into a sweet, fruit aroma. It also has grassy notes reminiscent of citronella. The fragrance is lighter and cleaner than that of pure lemon, making it ideal for home fragrance products. Some of the aromatherapy benefits of Lemon Verbena are anti-inflammatory, antiviral and relaxing sedative oil for stress, depression, and insomnia. Lemon Verbena is also a powerful anti-inflammatory suited to skin care for reducing puffiness.

The vervain plant is not poisonous and is generally recognized as safe as a food by the FDA. 1 That said, herbal products are not regulated and research on the long-term effects is limited. Therefore, it is possible that toxicity could occur at higher doses or with long-term use. Rich in minerals such as phosphorous and magnesium, drinking vervain tea may help in easing symptoms of menopause and PMS. Furthermore, it has known calming effects on the body - making it a great choice after stressful situations or long days when you need to unwind.

Vervain is a digestive stimulant widely used in traditional medicine in North America. Bitter herbs are thought to stimulate digestive function by increasing saliva production and promoting both stomach acid and digestive enzyme production.

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