Veronica umbrosa ‘Georgia Blue’

Scientific name: Veronica umbrosa ‘Georgia Blue’

Synonym: Veronica peduncularis ‘Georgia Blue’  , Veronica peduncularis ‘Oxford Blue’


Common names: “creeping speedwell”

Plant Type: Herbaceous perennial groundcover, semi-evergreen in Victoria


Zone: 5-8

Light: Full sun – part shade

Exposure: Sheltered

Soil: Moderately fertile – poor soil

Moisture: Well drained, drought tolerant once established


Plant Size: H 4-6″ W 18-24″

Leaf and Stem shape: Mat of rooting stems bearing small, lance-shaped leaves

Flower: Loose racemes of deep blue flowers, over a long period in spring and can have a second bloom in summer

Pruning: N/a

Maintenance: Low, shear back as low as you want when ratty looking

Landscape use: Good with spring bulbs, seaside cottage, mixed borders, groundover, shrub underplanting, containers

Propagate: By division

Pests & Disease: None

*Deer & Rabbit resistant

Comments: ~AGM winner



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