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Plants Matching veronica

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(Garden Speedwell, White Garden Speedwell)

Attractive, deep green foliage and large spikes of white flowers endear long-leaf speedwell cultivar ‘Alba’ to gardeners. This herbaceous perennial is native to Europe and Asia and has become naturalized in the eastern United States.

Shiny, rich green, deeply toothed leaves which grow close to the ground and on un-branched stems are variably lance-shaped and deer resistant. This speedwell has an upright form and is clump-forming. Summer brings tall, dense, slender spikes of small, tubular flowers....

(Blue John Garden Speedwell, Garden Speedwell)

Attractive, deep green foliage, compact growth and large spikes of deep blue flowers endear long-leaf speedwell cultivar ‘Blue John’ to gardeners. This herbaceous perennial is native to Europe and Asia and has become naturalized in the eastern United States.

Shiny, rich green, deeply toothed leaves which grow close to the ground and on un-branched stems are variably lance-shaped and deer resistant. This speedwell has an upright, dwarf form and is clump-forming. Summer brings tall, dense, spikes...

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James H. Schutte

(Eveline Garden Speedwell, Garden Speedwell)

Attractive, deep green foliage, compact growth and large spikes of violet-pink flowers endear long-leaf speedwell cultivar ‘Eveline’ to gardeners. This herbaceous perennial is native to Europe and Asia and has become naturalized in the eastern United States.

Shiny, rich green, deeply toothed leaves which grow close to the ground and on un-branched stems are variably lance-shaped and deer resistant. This speedwell has an upright, neat form and is clump-forming. Summer brings tall, dense, spikes...

(Garden Speedwell, Lilac Fantasy Garden Speedwell)

Attractive, deep green foliage, compact growth and slender spikes of soft lavender tinged with blue flowers endear long-leaf speedwell cultivar ‘Lilac Fantasy’ to gardeners. This herbaceous perennial is native to Europe and Asia and has become naturalized in the eastern United States.

Shiny, rich green, deeply toothed leaves which grow close to the ground and on un-branched stems are variably lance-shaped and deer resistant. This speedwell has an upright form and is clump-forming. Summer brings...

(Garden Speedwell, Pink Shades Garden Speedwell)

Veronica longifollia ‘Pink Shades’ offers multitudes of tall, branched flower spikes in many shades of pink, ranging from pale pink to rich rose. Its blooms appear over a long period from early summer to midsummer atop dense, sturdy clumps of glossy, toothed, dark green foliage.

Thriving in full sun and reasonably rich, loamy soil, Veronica longifolia ‘Pink Shades’ performs best with regular moisture. Its rosy candelabras make excellent cut flowers, and appear most abundantly...

(Mountain 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...

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Yoder Brothers

(Corinne Tremaine Speedwell, Mountain Speedwell)

The small, green leaves of Veronica montana ‘Corinne Tremaine’ feature scalloped, contrasting edges of creamy ivory. Its low, spreading mats of foliage are decorated with multitudes of tiny, vivid blue flowers in spring.

Veronica montana ‘Corinne Tremaine’ thrives in full sun and reasonably rich, well-drained soil. It looks beautiful creeping between stepping stones or spilling over rocks and low, stone retaining walls.

The genus Veronica encompasses a large...

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James Burghardt

(Creeping Speedwell, New Century Creeping Speedwell)

Drought tolerant and perfect for use as a groundcover, Veronica ‘New Century’ decorates its low mats of tiny, green leaves with multitudes of small, sky-blue flowers in spring. The foliage remains evergreen in warmer zones, taking on an attractive purple hue in winter. ‘New Century’ is the result of a cross between the Mediterranean species V. liwanensis and V. pectinata.

Veronica ‘New Century’ thrives in full sun and performs best in gritty, well-drained...

(Spike Speedwell)

Rising up from mats of green, glossy, lance-shaped foliage, the tall, rich, violet-blue flowering spikes of Veronica ‘Pacific Ocean’ add color and vertical interest to the garden in late spring to early summer.

Thriving in full sun and reasonably rich, well-drained soil, Veronica ‘Pacific Ocean’ is somewhat tolerant of dry conditions, but performs best with regular moisture. The colorful, elegant blooms of ‘Pacific Ocean' look wonderful in mixed perennial borders, and also...

(Speedwell, Woolly Speedwell)

The soft, silvery-gray foliage of Veronica pectinata give this sweet, mat-forming speedwell super looks all season. Glorious, blue flowers with white centers cover the plant from spring into summer. An evergreen, sub shrub-like perennial, woolly speedwell is native to Turkey and the eastern Balkan states of Europe.

The small, oval leaves of Veronica pectinata are gray-green, deeply toothed, and sometimes scalloped. The leaves are masked by a profusion of rich, blue flowers...