Veronica spicata incana
Ground covers, Perennials
Handsome plants ranging from less than an inch high to 2 ft. in height. Masses of small (1/4–1/2 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 steppingstones and as bulb covers. Veronica (a perennial) is often confused with Hebe (a shrub).Veronica spicata incana
Furry, silvery white foliage forms a 1–1 1/2-ft.-wide mat. Blooms in summer, producing deep violet-blue blossoms on stems to about 1 ft. high. Little to moderate water.
From Russia. Loose, open form. Grows to 2–3 ft. high and 1 ft. wide. Leaves and stems are hairy;...
Native to many northern regions of the Old World; naturalized in U.S. and Canada. Lush, spreading, 6&n...
These lush plants bear plumes of tiny flowers above large, coarsely divided leaves in summer. Plants g...