Most Veronicas bear loose spikes of blue or mauve flowers in warm weather. The earliest to flower is the pale blue Veronica Gentianoides. Flowering period between May-June.
Germination Temperature (°F)
Water regularly when the weather is dry. Water logging in Winter is the usual cause of death.
Feed with general fertilizer in Spring.
Divide clumps or sow seeds in Autumn.
Veronica thrives in sun or light shade. The main enemy is poor drainage. Mulch in Spring.
Cut stems back to ground level in Autumn.
Provide support for tall growing species.
Alkaline to acid soil.
Most plant cells look like little boxes full of green disks. The disks are called chloroplasts. Other organelles inside a plant cell include a nucleus (where the DNA is kept), a large central vacuole (where water and other materials are stored) and a complex internal skeleton or cytoskeleton made of various proteins.