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Veronica ‘Moody Blues Sky Blue’
(Speedwell)

£20.00

£20.00
June - October
35cm x 35cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Easy to grow
Hardy

Veronica ‘Moody Blues Sky Blue’ is adored by the team on our nursery for its long flowering period and delicate Blue spikes that make excellent cut flowers. This versatile perennial thrives in beds, borders, and containers, adding a splash of colour from late Spring until Autumn. It’s easy to care for and attracts pollinators, making it a beautiful and beneficial addition to your garden.

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Planting Conditions

For optimal growth of Veronica, choose a well-drained soil enriched with organic matter. Plant in Spring or Autumn for establishment but avoiding planting in frosty snaps. Dig a hole twice the width of the root ball, position the plant, and backfill, ensuring the crown is level with the soil surface. Water thoroughly after planting. This perennial thrives in full sun or partial shade, providing delicate white spikes in Spring and Summer.

Watering & Feeding

Veronica benefits from moderate watering, maintaining consistently moist soil during the growing season. Water at the base to avoid wetting the foliage. Apply a balanced, slow-release fertiliser in Spring to support healthy growth, avoiding excessive fertilisation. Once established, this perennial demonstrates resilience to drought conditions, requiring less frequent watering. A mindful approach to watering and modest feeding ensures sustained vitality and a profusion of its elegant white blooms in your garden.

General Care

For optimal care of Veronica we recommend deadheading spent flowers regularly to encourage continuous blooming and maintain a neat appearance. Light pruning after the initial bloom can enhance the plant's shape and overall vigour. While generally resistant to pests and diseases, monitor for signs of issues and address promptly if detected. This hardy perennial requires minimal care beyond these considerations, making it an excellent addition to gardens seeking a low-maintenance yet charming plant.