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  • Veronica allionii Alpine speedwell Z 2-9

    Purple-blue spikes bloom from early to late summer

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    Purple-blue spikes bloom from early to late summer

    Size: 4-6” x 8-12”
    Care: sun, moist well-drained to well-drained soil
    Native: Alps

    Described in 1779 in Prosp. Hist. Pl. Dauphiné

  • Veronica incana syn. V. spicata subsp. incana Silver speedwell, Hoary Veronica Z 4-9

    Erect blue racemes June – September atop gray foliage give a serene effect

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    Erect blue racemes June – September atop gray foliage give a serene effect

    Size: 12-18” x 12”
    Care: sun to part shade in well-drained to moist well-drained soil
    Native: mountains & fields of Ukraine

    Introduced from Russia by 1759.   LH Bailey declared it “has a good appearance both in and out of bloom; useful in the rockery, border or geometrical garden.” (1933)

  • Veronica oltensis Turkish-leaf speedwell, Thyme-leaf speedwell Z 4-9

    Tiny azure flowers smother the ground in spring-early summer on this groundcover or rock garden plant, or grow in walkway crevices.

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    Tiny azure flowers smother the ground in spring-early summer on this groundcover or rock garden plant, or grow in walkway crevices.

    Size: 1" x 24" slow spreader
    Care: sun to part shade in well-drained soil
    Native: Mountain valleys of Oltu and Coruh inTurkey.

    Described in literature in 1914.

  • Viola corsica Corsican violet Z 4-8

    Rare species violet. Clouds of blue violets with veined heart leading to tiny yellow centers

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    Rare species violet. Clouds of blue violets with veined heart leading to tiny yellow centers from late spring thru fall-blooms its head off. Reliably perennial. More heat tolerant than pansies.

    Size: 5-7” x 8-10”
    Care: sun to part shade in moist well-drained soil.
    Native: Corsica

    1st described by Swedish botanist Carl Fredrik Nyman before 1893.

  • Zinnia grandiflora Rocky Mountain Zinnia SUBSHRUB Z. 4-9

    Profuse golden yellow flowers from July through fall, slow to emerge in spring so don't prematurely assume it's gone.

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    Profuse golden yellow flowers from July through fall, slow to emerge in spring so don’t prematurely assume it’s gone. Very sweet yellow blooms over long period of time.

    Size: 4-6”x 12-15”
    Care: full sun in well-drained soil
    Native: Colorado & Kansas south to SW U.S.

    The name Zinnia honors German botany professor Johann Gottfried Zinn (1727-1759). This species 1st collected by Edwin James, physician and botanist on the Long Expedition in 1820.