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  1. Purpleicious Veronica, Speedwell

    Purpleicious' Vernonica (also called Speedwell) brings intense violet color to the summer garden on fragrant, tapered spikes. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds, 'Purpleiciou...

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    Purpleicious Veronica PP17639 Speedwell Purpleicious PP#17639 Veronica Purpleicious PP#17639
    $11.98
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Purpleicious' Vernonica (also called Speedwell) brings intense violet color to the summer garden on fragrant, tapered spikes. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds, 'Purpleicious' is overlooked by both deer and rabbits. Growing to only about 20” tall atop clumps of 6-8" mounded, green foliage, plant this one in a container or border garden for a gorgeous, fragrant statement. PP#17639 (Veronica)
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  2. Purple Veronica First Glory, Veronica longifolia, Speedwell

    'First Glory' Veronica is a deep-blue spiked flower that adds intriguing texture and color to the early summer garden. Tight, bright-green growing tips contrast beautifully against t...

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    First Glory Veronica Speedwell First Glory PP#23294 Veronica longifolia First Glory PP#23294
    $13.98
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    'First Glory' Veronica is a deep-blue spiked flower that adds intriguing texture and color to the early summer garden. Tight, bright-green growing tips contrast beautifully against the developing ultramarine flowers - a real head-turner! Becoming only 12-18" tall, 'First Glory' has a compact growth habit and makes a perfect addition to borders and small-space gardens. PPAF (Veronica)
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Veronica

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

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 are what most gardeners consider the perfect size...only about 2 or 3 feet tall with stiff, strong stems. Deer and drought resistant.

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