Veronica spicata incana
Ground covers, Perennials
Handsome plants ranging from less than an inch tall to 2 ft. in height. Masses of small (1/4- to 1/2 in.-wide) flowers in white, rose, pink, or pale to deep blue make an effective display. Use in borders and rock gardens. Prostrate kinds are good between stepping-stones, as bulb covers. Veronica (a perennial) is often confused with Hebe (a shrub).Veronica spicata incana
Furry, silvery white foliage forms a 1– 1/2 -ft.-wide mat. Blooms in summer, producing deep violet-blue blossoms on stems to about 1 ft. high.
Native to eastern North America, this upright grower reaches 15 to 30 ft. tall, spreading much wider b...
Native to much of North America. To 4 ft. or taller, 2–3 ft. wide. Thin, finely divided fronds. ...
Slowly spreading rhizomes send up arching stems clothed in bright green, broadly oval leaves arranged ...