• Photo
    Name
    Flowering Period
    Height
    Spread
    Pot Size
    Position
    Soil Moisture
    Flower Colour
  • Upright bushy plant with shining pink flowers over a long period and purple foliage. Foliage goes even darker in cooler weather.

    VERBENA officinalis Bampton
    Jul-Nov
    60
    50
    P9
    Pink
  • Glossy dark green leaves with very pale blue flowers. Especially good planted with pale Astrantias.

    VERONICA gentianoides
    Apr-Jun
    60
    45
    2lt
    Dainty Blue spikes
  • Compact with intense rosy-pink flowers over a long period in summer. Fantastic in large drifts at the front of a border.

    VERONICA spicata Rotfuchs (Red Fox)
    Jun-Aug
    35
    40
    2lt
    Pink/Red
  • Free flowering. Good ground cover in sun, excellent hanging over walls and containers. Large blue flowers with often purplish leaves. Grow in hot dry areas for the best flowers and foliage.

    VERONICA umbrosa Georgia Blue 
    Mar-May
    15
    30
    1lt
    Dark Blue
  • Elegant, graceful vertical white spikes and bronze tinted green foliage. Try with other tall late plants like Heleniums or Panicums.

    VERONICASTRUM virginicum Album 
    Jun-Aug
    170
    45
    2lt
    White
  • Long spikes of red buds open to pale pink flowers with darker stamens. Excellent dark foliage. Try with Sanguisorba Red Thunder or Persicaria Firetail.

    VERONICASTRUM virginicum Erica
    Jul-Sep
    120
    45
    2lt
    Pink
  • Outstanding purple pink clone for sun and light shade and a moist rich soil. Try with a tall Molinia such as Transparent or a Monarda such as Cherokee.

    VERONICASTRUM virginicum Fascination
    Jun-Aug
    170
    45
    2lt
    Rosy Purple
  • A slightly shorter plant with glowing spikes of a subtle pale lilac hue. Pair with the creamy umbels of Selinum wallichianum.

    VERONICASTRUM virginicum Lavendelturm (Lavender Tower) 
    Jun-Aug
    140
    45
    2lt
    Lilac Purple
  • Long flowering white cultivar. Cut back regularly to keep neat. Try growing through a yellow leaved Spiraea such as Goldmound.

    VIOLA cornuta Wisley White
    May-Oct
    20
    20
    2lt
    White
  • Odorata hybrid with upward facing very fragrant aromatic blue flowers, produced over a long period. Nice in late winter/early spring with Helleborus Red Lady.

    VIOLA Königin Charlotte
    Sep-Apr
    20
    20
    2lt
    Blue
  • Intoxicating scent, perhaps the most fragrant of all violas, with pale pink flowers held above low growing foliage.

    VIOLA odorata Rosea Group
    Feb-May
    12
    20
    2lt
    Pale Pink
  • Glossy green leaved, dense evergreen groundcover with bright yellow flowers; a superb plant for shade. Especially good under trees and shrubs, perhaps with Tellimas.

    WALDSTEINIA ternata
    Apr-Jun
    10
    30
    2lt
    Yellow
  • Golden Alexanders. An easy and tolerant plant with divided glossy dark green leaves and golden yellow umbels. A good plant for attracting butterflies.

    ZIZIA aurea
    May-Jun
    60
    30
    1lt
    Yellow
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