Veronica Austriaca ‘Ionian Skies’ (syn. V. Austriaca Corfu Form)
Needle-like green leaves, pale blue flowers in early summer.
The shiny dark green leaves form a basal rosette, out of which come arching spikes of pale blue flowers in April to May.
Veronica Gentianoides ‘Alba’
veronica kiusiana (syn. Pseudolysimachion kiusianum)
Makes a good clump, with spikes of pale blue flowers in summer. A Japanese plant so suspect might prefer neutral to acidic soil.
Veronica longifolia ‘First Glory’
A compact plant with a mass of spikes of violet-blue flowers from midsummer. (PBR)
Veronica longifolia ‘First Love’
Forms a mound of dark green foliage, sending up spikes of pink flowers in early summer. (PBR)
Veronica Prostrata (syn. V. Rupestris)
Flat green mat, with dark blue flowers in summer.
Veronica Prostrata ‘Spode Blue’
A flat green mat of foliage, with ice blue flowers in early summer.