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Botanical name: Veronica incana
Plant type: Herbaecous perennial.
Size (HxW): 25cm x 20cm
Depth and spacing: Plant at the same level as in the pot where the crown meets the roots. Plant 20cm apart.
Watering: Occasional watering will be required if rainfall is low.
Frost tolerance: Hardy
Flowering time: Summer
Planting time: Anytime, but generally whilst dormant (winter-spring)
Soil: Well drained, humus rich is ideal.
Climate: Cool to Temperate.
Aspect: Full sun.
Fertilizer: Apply a well-balanced fertilizer during winter – spring.
After flowering care: Remove dying foliage in early winter. Divide in winter to increase stock.
Comments: Veronica’s are hardy and last for many years. The flowers are long lasting and great for floral posies.
Last Reviewed: 10/27/2004 2:47:49 PM
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