Veronica


Combining the habit of a groundcover veronica and the upright flower spikes of taller cultivars, this alpine hybrid offers a new look for sunny gardens. Small, emerald green leaves form a dense carpet of disease resistant foliage. Plump spikes of brilliant violet flowers attract pollinators. Breeder: Dr. Jim Ault.


This faster growing selection forms a very dense, weed-suppressing carpet of attractive evergreen foliage with silver highlights. Deep blue-violet flowers with a bright white eye are produced prolifically in spring. Handles cold, heat, humidity, rain and drought while remaining disease resistant. Breeder: Dr. Jim Ault


This beautiful evergreen perennial softens the edges of rock walls, stony pathways and rock gardens as it creeps to form a dense groundcover. Its shiny green foliage is tinged with burgundy tones in cool weather. Delicate sky blue flowers appear in spring and rebloom sporadically throughout summer.


This beautiful evergreen groundcover softens the edges of rock walls, stony pathways and rock gardens with its shiny green foliage that becomes tinged with burgundy in cool weather. Pure white flowers appear in spring and rebloom sporadically throughout summer. Introduced by: Chicago Botanic Garden


This cool-toned perennial really stands out with its frosted silver foliage and long, vivid sky blue flower spikes. It grows vigorously to form a narrow, strictly upright clump of slender, toothed leaves. Sharp drainage is necessary, especially in winter. Introduced by: Intrinsic Perennial Gardens


Notable for its variegated foliage; slender, light green leaves are finely edged in white, remaining attractive all season. Matching white flower spikes top the clump for many weeks in summer; deadhead for rebloom. Exhibits good mildew resistance. Introduced by: Rijnbeek and Son Perennials.


This award-winning selection is prized for its resistance to the mildew and leaf spot that can plague some Veronicas. Deep green foliage forms a tidy basal mound topped with electric violet blue flowers that begin a bit earlier than typical. Introduced by: Rijnbeek and Son Perennials.


This hardy, low maintenance groundcover originally discovered in Russia forms a dense mat of evergreen, deep green foliage that turns bronze in fall. Small but plentiful cobalt blue flowers appear abundantly in spring and sporadically throughout the summer. A perfect companion for spring bulbs.