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Easy and undemanding, veronicas catch the eye in sunny gardens over many months. Some have mats with loose clusters of saucer-shaped flowers, while others group their star or tubular flowers into erect tight spikes. A few veronicas bring elusive blue to the garden, but more often the flowers are purplish or violet blue, rosy pink, or white. Provide full sun and average well-drained soil. Regular deadheading extends bloom time.
Zagreb coreopsis has strong yellow daisy flowers over thread-like leaves that combine well with 'Blue Peter' veronica in sun.Lady's mantle
The chartreuse foamy flower sprays of lady's mantle are an attractive foil for Sunny Border Blue veronica in early summer.Salvia
Echo the vertical spikes of violet blue salvia with the vertical spikes of white Icicle veronica. They enjoy similar situations.