Veronica spicata 'Blue Bouquet'
The flowers are individually small and gathered into dense narrow spikes at the ends of the branches. They bloom in late June through the middle of August.
The light green leaves sometimes have a greyish cast, are lance-shaped, and about 2" long. To prolong the bloom, cut spent flower spike back to side branches; once finished, cut entire stems down to the ground; may produce a small re-bloom later.
|Foliage Type||Dormant in winter|
|Height||2' - 4'|
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|Sun Preferences||Full Sun|
|Water Preferences||Dry: ensure planting area provides adequate drainage|
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