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...
From northern Europe, western Asia, northeastern Siberia. Grows fast at first, then moderately to 30&n...
Native to 5,000–11,000-ft. elevations in northern Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Southern California; ea...