Perfect edging accompaniment for our hibiscus beds. Delivered on time and in good health!
Veronica peduncularis 'Waterperry Blue'
- Unique groundcover for the sun
- Strong grower without being overpowering
This Veronica plant is a low growing creeper that rapidly spreads through your garden beds or containers. The soft blue flowers bloom in April to early May. This plant is very low maintenance once established and does not need any deadheading.
Uses: Beds, Borders, Edging, Groundcover, Containers
Notable Features: Deadheading Not Necessary
Growth Habit: Spreading
I purchased this Veronica to use as a ground cover when I remade a small flower bed (3'x12'). I used Euphorbia Polychroma Bonfire in the back, blue fescue in the middle, chick charms/hens & chicks in the front and used this Veronica in between. The flower bed is on the west side of my house. It looks amazing! The Veronica had a few flowers when the plants arrived, and they were a pretty blue. The leaves are a nice dark green and clean looking. It has covered the bare areas over the course of the summer and looks very nice. This is one of the first flower beds I've ever put together that I'm very happy with and won't change anything.