Common Name: Spike Speedwell
Discover this Spike Speedwell staple with ‘Royal Rembrandt’. This variety equally showcases attractive paintbrush-like flowers and healthy foliage. Violet purple flowers cover the top half of the plant, showcasing its dark green foliage. Remontant is a term typically used for roses, but it applies to this Veronica as well – you can expect additional blooming power later in the season if the flowers are sheered back. Pair this violet blue beauty with ‘Perfectly Picasso’.
Veronica is highly valued for its ease of growth and long bloom time. The spiky flowers are an excellent contrast to the more common rounded flower shapes like Shasta Daisies, Coneflower, and Black Eyed Susans. Expect bees to be buzzing about this plant when in bloom.
Deer resistant. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.