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Plants Matching veronica

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Image of Veronica photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Speedwell)

The genus Veronica encompasses about 250 annuals, perennials and subshrubs, most of which are native to the temperate areas of Asia and Europe. Commonly known to gardeners as speedwells, bird’s eyes, or gypsyweeds, these adaptable plants occur in a variety of habitats ranging from moist meadows and grasslands to dry, rocky alpine areas. There are many species, cultivated varieties and hybrids of Veronica that have yielded numerous garden-worthy selections.

Speedwells are variable...

Image of Veronica allionii photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Allion's Speedwell)

The genus Veronica encompasses about 250 annuals, perennials and subshrubs, most of which are native to the temperate areas of Asia and Europe. Commonly known to gardeners as speedwells, bird’s eyes, or gypsyweeds, these adaptable plants occur in a variety of habitats ranging from moist meadows and grasslands to dry, rocky alpine areas. There are many species, cultivated varieties and hybrids of Veronica that have yielded numerous garden-worthy selections.

Speedwells are variable...

(American Brooklime, American Speedwell)

In any low wet woodland, moist meadow or ditch, the sprawling American speedwell may grow as a thick groundcover. A prostrate herbaceous perennial with tiny blue flowers, it is native across most of temperate North America, except for the southeastern United States. This somewhat weedy wildflower is not typically grown as an ornamental garden plant, even though its flowers are delicate and pretty.

The long stems root at the nodes along the moist soil. The plant is usually prostrate. Loose, wispy...

(Armenian Speedwell, Speedwell)

A low spreading habit, fine needle-like foliage and beautiful violet flowers make this resilient rock garden plant stand out. A native of Turkey and Armenia, Armenian speedwell is a hardy perennial that withstands warm, dry conditions. Its fine evergreen leaves create an attractive mat of foliage that looks great year round. In spring to early summer, small clusters of showy violet blue flowers are produced. These are attractive to bees and other insect pollinators.

Plant Armenian speedwell...

Image of Veronica austriaca photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Broadleaved Speedwell)

The genus Veronica encompasses about 250 annuals, perennials and subshrubs, most of which are native to the temperate areas of Asia and Europe. Commonly known to gardeners as speedwells, bird’s eyes, or gypsyweeds, these adaptable plants occur in a variety of habitats ranging from moist meadows and grasslands to dry, rocky alpine areas. There are many species, cultivated varieties and hybrids of Veronica that have yielded numerous garden-worthy selections.

Speedwells are variable...

(Broadleaved Speedwell, Saw-leaved Speedwell)

The genus Veronica encompasses about 250 annuals, perennials and subshrubs, most of which are native to the temperate areas of Asia and Europe. Commonly known to gardeners as speedwells, bird’s eyes, or gypsyweeds, these adaptable plants occur in a variety of habitats ranging from moist meadows and grasslands to dry, rocky alpine areas. There are many species, cultivated varieties and hybrids of Veronica that have yielded numerous garden-worthy selections.

Speedwells are variable...

Image of Veronica austriaca ssp. teucrium

James H. Schutte

(Broadleaved Speedwell, Crater Lake Blue Speedwell)

Offering a rare and much sought-after color for the garden, the flowers of Veronica austraica subsp. teucrium ‘Crater Lake Blue’ are the most intense, pure, dark blue imaginable. The small but vivid blooms are held in short, open spikes, and appear in late spring atop low-growing mounds of small, dark green, toothed foliage.

Thriving in full sun and reasonably rich, well-drained soil, Veronica ‘Crater Lake Blue’ is somewhat tolerant of drought, but performs best...

(Broadleaved Speedwell, Royal Blue Speedwell)

Offering a much sought-after color for the garden, the gorgeous flowers of Veronica austraica subsp. teucrium ‘Royal Blue’ are intense, violet-blue. The small but vivid blooms are held in short, open spikes, and appear in late spring atop low-growing mounds of small, dark green, toothed foliage.

Thriving in full sun and reasonably rich, well-drained soil, Veronica ‘Royal Blue’ is somewhat tolerant of drought, but performs best with regular moisture. It may be cut...

(Spike Speedwell)

Colorful, compact, and exceptionally long-blooming, Veronica ‘Baby Doll’ is the product of years of hybridization work by Netherlands plant breeder, Jan Verschoor. This amazing little perennial produces a low mound of green, toothed, lance-shaped foliage which is topped with loads of clear-pink, upright, conical flower spikes from early to late summer.

Veronica ‘Baby Doll’ is a slow-growing perennial which thrives in full sun and reasonably rich, well-drained soil. It is...

Image of Veronica beccabunga photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

In any low wet woodland, moist meadow or ditch, the sprawling European speedwell may grow as a thick groundcover. A prostrate herbaceous perennial with tiny blue flowers, it is native across most of temperate Eurasia, but has become naturalized in parts of the United States. This somewhat weedy wildflower is not typically grown as an ornamental garden plant, even though its flowers are delicate and pretty.

The long stems root at the nodes along the moist soil. The plant is usually prostrate....