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Purple Veronica in garden

Long-lasting, tightly-clustered blooms on strong spiky stalks

Why Plant Veronica?

Perennial Veronicas (also known as Speedwell) are easy-to-grow, tough plants that form elegant bouquets of pointed spikes. These beauties will stand out among your other spreading plants and add great interest to the perennial garden. Hybridized from North American wildflowers, Veronicas are wonderful in a vase, adding tall, curving stems of color. And, unlike taller perennial plants that need staking, Veronicas is what most gardeners consider the perfect size...only about 2 or 3 feet tall with stiff, strong stems. Deer and drought resistant.