Veronica Austriaca ‘Ionian Skies’ (syn. V. Austriaca Corfu Form)
Needle-like green leaves, pale blue flowers in early summer.
Veronica ‘First Love’
Forms a mound of dark green foliage, sending up spikes of pink flowers in early summer. (PBR)
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 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.