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Image of Veronica repens photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Corsican Speedwell)

Displayed atop low mats of green foliage, the white blossoms of Veronica repens are lightly kissed with lavender. Commonly referred to as Corsican speedwell, this evergreen perennial is native to the Mediterranean region. Its small, oval, medium- to light-green leaves are somewhat folded and glossy. The tiny, four-petaled, white flowers feature short lavender lines, and appear from late spring to early summer.

Corsican speedwell is an overall tough groundcover plant, and can be grown...

(Corsican Speedwell)

Displayed atop low mats of bright, chartreuse foliage, the white blossoms of Veronica repens ‘Sunshine’ are lightly kissed with lavender. A selection of Corsican speedwell, an evergreen perennial native to the Mediterranean region, ‘Sunshine’ features small, oval, golden-green leaves which are somewhat folded and glossy. The tiny, four-petaled, white flowers are marked with short lavender lines, and appear from late spring to early summer.

Corsican speedwell is an overall tough groundcover...

(Sonja Speedwell, Spike Speedwell)

Taller than many Veronica cultivars, ‘Sonja’ graces the garden with vivid spikes of bright, magenta-pink flowers from early summer through midsummer. Its clumps of glossy, green foliage support the gorgeous blooms, which may continue to reappear over much of the summer if faded flowers are promptly removed.

Veronica ‘Sonja’ thrives in full sun and reasonably rich, humusy soil of average moisture. Its colorful spires add a crucial vertical element to the perennial garden,...

Image of Veronica spicata photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Spike Speedwell)

A perennial classic, spike speedwell is a prized long-blooming herbaceous ornamental that offers pretty spikes of flowers in summer and sometimes into fall. This clump or mat-forming plant comes from Europe and western Asia where it inhabits open grasslands, hills and woodsides. The foliage can be light to dark green, or silvery gray-green in the case of subspecies incana and its hybrids. In summer it bears candelabra-like clusters of many small purple, violet-blue, rose, pink, or white...

(Blue Bouquet Speedwell, Spike Speedwell, Veronica)

Veronica spicata 'Blue Bouquet' features spires of bright blue-violet blooms which are borne atop compact mounds of green, toothed, lance-shaped foliage. Appearing from early summer through midsummer, the tapered flower spikes are attractive to bees and butterflies, and make good cut flowers.

Thriving in full sun and reasonably rich, well-drained soil, Veronica spicata ‘Blue Bouquet’ performs best with regular moisture. It blooms most abundantly if the flowers are are cut...

(Blue Carpet Speedwell, Spike Speedwell, Veronica)

Offering big color in a compact package, Veronica spicata ‘Blue Carpet’ displays an abundance of short, dense spikes packed with small, violet-blue flowers atop extra-dwarf plants. The blooms of this carefree little perennial appear over a long period from early summer to late summer atop low, spreading mounds of green, toothed, lance-shaped foliage.

Thriving in full sun and reasonably rich, well-drained soil, Veronica spicata ‘Blue Carpet’ performs best with regular moisture,...

(Blue Fox Speedwell, Spike Speedwell, Veronica)

Veronica spicata ‘Blue Fox’ adds pizzazz to the summer garden with its compact spires of bright, violet-blue flowers. Attractive to bees and butterflies, the blooms appear over a long period from early summer to midsummer atop low mounds of green, toothed, lance-shaped foliage.

Thriving in full sun and reasonably rich, well-drained soil, Veronica spicata ‘Blue Fox’ performs best with regular moisture, and blooms most abundantly if the flowers are cut back as they fade. ‘Blue...

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James H. Schutte

(Darwin's Blue Speedwell, Spike Speedwell)

This upright, heavy-blooming spike speedwell bears many violet-blue spikes of blooms in summer.

Spike speedwell is a long-blooming ornamental that is a staple for the sunny perennial border. This clump-forming plant has a more upright habit than others and originates from Europe and western Asia where is inhabits open grasslands, hills and woodsides.

The foliage is rich green and turns yellow-green in fall. In summer it bears dense upright spikes of many small violet-blue flowers. These are...

(Fairytale Speedwell, Spike Speedwell)

Offering lovely spikes of silvery-pink flowers above mounds of fuzzy gray-green foliage, 'Fairytale' is an outstanding new cultivar of spike speedwell, a clump-forming herbaceous perennial native to the steppes and grasslands of Europe and western Asia. Appearing in summer in candelabra-like clusters, the fuzzy flower spikes attract bees and butterflies. Bloom will often continue if spent flowers are removed. The foliage turns golden yellow to yellow green in fall.

This sun-loving perennial grows...

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PlantHaven

(Glory Speedwell, Spike Speedwell)

Offering a compact habit and two months or more of showy violet-purple flower spikes in late spring and summer, 'Glory' (also known as 'Royal Candles') is an outstanding new cultivar of spike speedwell, a long-popular herbaceous perennial native to Europe and western Asia. Appearing in candelabra-like clusters above mats of dark green leaves, the fuzzy flower spikes attract bees and butterflies. Bloom will often continue if spent flowers are removed. The foliage turns golden yellow to yellow green...