Veronica Foxy Lady

Veronica Foxy Lady
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Sun Loving Candy StriperVeronica Foxy Lady, Veronica ‘Foxy Lady’ PPAF, is the first ever bi-color veronica! This lovely lady features bright flower spikes that are packed with tiny, lavender-purple and white candy striped flowers.Veronica ‘Foxy Lady’ is a sport of ‘Red Fox’ and has the same dwarf habit and long bloom time as its parent! Plant Foxy Lady in a sunny spot in the front of the border where you can get a close up view of the unique bi-color flowers. ‘Foxy Lady’ needs a full sun area with well-drained soil.Deadhead the flowers after the first bloom to prolong its bloom time for up to 6 weeks or so. It is tolerant of partial shade but flowering will be more profuse in full sunlight.Veronica can be used as a ground cover, in mass plantings or along borders.Try ‘Foxy Lady’ with Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’ or Veronica ‘White Icicles’ for color contrast.Veronica is great for the first time gardener plus it is deer resistant. Foxy Lady will attract butterflies and hummingbirds!*Purple and White Striped Flowers*Compact and Profuse*Full Sun to Part Shade .

Sunny Border Blue Veronica

Sunny Border Blue Veronica
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Easy to Grow, Sun Loving PerennialThe Veronica ‘Sunny Border Blue’, Veronica spicata, also known as Speedwell, is an easy to grow perennial that adds beauty to any garden. This Veronica produces wonderful dark blue flowers that bloom from June till September.‘Sunny Border Blue’ is a previous winner of the Perennial of the Year, and one can see why. Veronica ‘Sunny Border Blue’ has erect stems that hold the attractive dark green, ribbed and serrated leaves. It has a plant height of 18” and a spread of 12-18”.This Veronica needs a full sun area with well-drained soil. Deadhead the flowers after the first bloom to prolong its bloom time. It can be used as a ground cover, in mass plantings or along borders.Try ‘Sunny Border Blue’ with Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’ or Veronica ‘White Icicles’. Veronica is great for the first time gardener, and it is deer resistant.Let this Veronica create a splash of dark blue summer color that will last into fall!* Dark blue flowers* Erect stems* Easy to grow .

Red Fox Speedwell Veronica

Red Fox Speedwell Veronica
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Easy to Grow Perennial Thrives in Full SunThe Veronica ‘Red Fox’, Veronica spicata, also known as Speedwell, is an easy to grow perennial that adds beauty to any garden. This upright perennial produces wonderful deep pink flowers that bloom from June till September. With its dark glossy green foliage, it has a plant height of 15” and a spread of 12-18”.‘Red Fox’ needs a full sun area with well-drained soil. Deadhead the flowers after the first bloom to prolong its bloom time. Veronica can be used as a ground cover, in mass plantings or along borders.Try ‘Red Fox’ with Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’ or Veronica ‘White Icicles’. It should have a place in every garden because it goes with everything.Highly valued for its ease of growth and long bloom time, Veronica is great for the first time gardener!* Easy to grow* Glossy green foliage* Deep pink flowers.

Royal Candles Speedwell Veronica

Royal Candles Speedwell Veronica
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Dark blue spikes attract hummingbirds and butterflies Every garden needs vertical flowers in it. They punctuate the garden and add rhythm and texture. As your eyes move across the garden the vertical flowers poking up through the greenery force you to pause and look closer. Royal Candles Speedwell (Veronica spicata ‘Royal Candles’) is the perfect summer flower for this.Royal Candles Speedwell is super easy to grow and will come back year after year. The “candles” are spikes of deep royal purple that wave above glossy green leaves. They don’t get eaten by rabbits or deer, but they do attract butterflies and hummingbirds by the droves.Use veronica in borders, beds and as a groundcover. It will be showy all summer (even better if you deadhead the first flush of flowers). The foliage will only reach 3” tall, but the flowers can spike up to 1’, so plant them accordingly!These easy-to-grow plants just need full sun and well-drained soil that gets plenty of water during the growing season to stay happy.They make great cut flowers, too!Order several Royal Candles Speedwell to add some interest to your beds and borders this year.* Dark purple/blue spikes all summer * Sun lover * Attracts pollinators.

Giles Van Hees Veronica

Giles Van Hees Veronica
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Pink Spikes on Compact Sun LoverVeronica Giles Van Hees, Veronica ‘Giles Van Hees’, has long clusters of bright pink flower spikes that top mounds of dark green foliage, adding lively color to your garden. Veronica ‘Giles Van Hees’ is a dwarf variety standing only 6″ tall, making it a perfect plant for containers or the front of the border.Easy to grow, ‘Giles Van Hees’ will begin flowering in mid-summer attracting butterflies with its sweet nectar.This perennial is tolerant of a wide range of well-drained soil types. Amending soils, especially very heavy and light types, with generous amounts of organic matter will result in improved performance.Deadheading promotes more blooms. To keep it re-blooming, prune off old flower spikes as they fade. New growth will begin and in a few weeks new flower spikes will emerge.If you are looking for a showy perennial that produces gorgeous pink flowers for a long period, then this plant is it! Use this plant in window boxes and in planters, small and large!* Pink Spikes of Flowers* 6″ Compact Plant* Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies.

Eveline Veronica

Eveline Veronica
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Purple All YearThe Veronica ‘Eveline’, ‘Veronica longifolia ‘Eveline’ USPP 14888, is one of the newer Veronicas out today. This easy to grow perennial has purplish-pink flower spikes that bloom throughout June to September. The deep green foliage turns a beautiful purple-red in the fall. Truly gorgeous!’Eveline’ must have good drainage and requires low to moderate watering. For best results plant this veronica in full sun. This plant is easy to grow in sunny gardens.Deadheading promotes more blooms. To keep it re-blooming, prune off old flower spikes as they fade. New growth will begin and in a few weeks new flower spikes will emerge.If you are looking for a showy perennial that produces gorgeous purplish-pink flowers for a long period, then this plant is it! Use this plant in containers or in mass plantings.This Veronica is deer resistant and does attract hummingbirds and butterflies. It is heat and cold tolerant.*Purple Pink Spikes All Summer*Purple Red Foliage in Autumn*Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds  .