Plant Database

Perennials, Jeepers Creepers®, Groundcovers & Ornamental Grasses

Botanical Name     Common Name
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Verbascum 'Southern Charm'

Verbascum 'Southern Charm'

Common Name: Nettle-leaved Mullein
1" flowers in a range of pastel hues including apricot, cream and shades of pink bloom on spikes, blooms early to mid summer, grows 24-36"....

Verbena bonariensis

Verbena bonariensis

Common Name: Brazilian Verbena
2" lavender flowers on tall, coarse-haired stems, blooms early to mid summer, grows 48"....

Verbena canadensis 'Homestead Purple'

Verbena canadensis 'Homestead Purple'

Common Name: Creeping Vervain
Rich purple flowers bloom over an exceptionally long season. A superb edging plant for butterfly gardens; also ideal in containers or trailing over stones and rock walls. Beautiful contrasted with yellow flowers or golden-leaved plants. Drought and heat tolerant....

Verbena hybrida 'Enduro Hot Pink'

Verbena hybrida 'Enduro Hot Pink'

Common Name: Vervain

The Enduro series are tougher than the rest! Stays in flower longer, heat tolerant, resistant to Powdery Mildew, and hardy to the low teens. Vigorous grower!

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Verbena hybrida 'Enduro Purple'

Verbena hybrida 'Enduro Purple'

Common Name: Vervain

The Enduro series are tougher than the rest! Stays in flower longer, heat tolerant, resistant to Powdery Mildew, and hardy to the low teens. Vigorous grower!

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Verbena hybrida 'Enduro Red'

Verbena hybrida 'Enduro Red'

Common Name: Vervain

The Enduro series are tougher than the rest! Stays in flower longer, heat tolerant, resistant to Powdery Mildew, and hardy to the low teens. Vigorous grower!

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Verbena hybrida 'Enduro White Blush'

Verbena hybrida 'Enduro White Blush'

Common Name: Vervain

The Enduro series are tougher than the rest! Stays in flower longer, heat tolerant, resistant to Powdery Mildew, and hardy to the low teens. Vigorous grower!

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Vernonia lettermannii 'Iron Butterfly'

Vernonia lettermannii 'Iron Butterfly'

Common Name: Ironweed

A compact, well-branched, vigorous plant blooms in late summer and is covered with true purple flowers that attract plenty of butterflies. Tolerant of hot dry locations, yet can withstand brief periods of inundation.

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Veronica 'Giles Van Hees'

Veronica 'Giles Van Hees'

Common Name: Speedwell
Bright pink flowers bloom on short spikes, blooms early to mid summer, grows 6"....

Veronica 'Goodness Grows'

Veronica 'Goodness Grows'

Common Name: Spike Speedwell
Violet-blue flower spikes rise above low-growing bushy foliage, blooms mid spring - mid fall, grows 12"....

Veronica 'Waterperry'

Veronica 'Waterperry'

Common Name: Speedwell
Dainty, compact plant displaying light blue flower spikes, foliage takes on a bronze tint, turning purple in fall, blooms early summer - early winter, grows 4-6"....

Veronica liwanensis

Veronica liwanensis

Common Name: Turkish Speedwell
Rugged evergreen creeper with deep green leaves adorned with cobalt blue flowers in summer, very useful in rock gardens or sunlit paths, surrounding a patio or adjacent to a pond, this charmer is as tough as it is beautiful, is very durable and doesn't wear out....

Veronica longfolia 'First Love'

Veronica longfolia 'First Love'

Common Name: Spiked Speedwell

Compact mound of foliage bearing numerous spikes of bright pink flowers starting early summer, and continuing until fall. Will perform better if deadheaded as this will encourage new blooms.

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Veronica longifolia 'Eveline'

Veronica longifolia 'Eveline'

Common Name: Speedwell
Everblooming deep purple-red flower spikes rise above bushy foliage. Excellent in the garden or as an edging along a walk. Makes a striking combination when planted with bright yellow flowers. Prefers well-drained soil....

Veronica peduncularis 'Georgia Blue'

Veronica peduncularis 'Georgia Blue'

Common Name: Speedwell
An unusual flower for Veronicas. Round, blue flowers bear a white eye. Small, rounded, dark green foliage forms a nice, low-spreading mat and turns an attractive bronze in winter. Ideal for mass plantings or ground cover....

Veronica Prostrata ''Aztec Gold™''

Veronica Prostrata ''Aztec Gold™''

Common Name: Creeping Speedwell

Low growing spreader with brightly colored yellow foliage. Blue flowers come in during the summer. This plant has excellent fall foliage interest and is an eye catcher in the garden.

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Veronica repens

Veronica repens

Common Name: Creeping Speedwell

Tiny bluish-white flower clusters cover mosslike, lustrous foliage. A very durable plant. Excellent for the rock garden and along sidewalk paths.

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Veronica repens 'Sunshine'

Veronica repens 'Sunshine'

Common Name: Golden Creeping Speedwell

Delightful blue flower clusters cover small golden foliage. A very durable, mat-forming plant. Excellent for the rock garden and along sidewalk paths.

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Veronica spicata 'Pink Goblin'

Veronica spicata 'Pink Goblin'

Common Name: Speedwell
A compact dwarf selection is intense rosy-pink flower spikes during the summer months. Good for planting in groups and highly regarded as a cut flower....

Veronica spicata 'Red Fox'

Veronica spicata 'Red Fox'

Common Name: Spike Speedwell
Stately spikes of rosy-red flowers grace mounds of green foliage. Favored for its long-flowering habit. Perfect for borders and beds, and makes an excellent cut flower. Prefers well-drained soil....

Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'

Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'

Common Name: Spike Speedwell
An amazing display of long blooming blue-purple spikes begin opening at the base and quickly open to the top, blooms early summer to late fall, grows 15"....

Veronica spicata nana 'Blue Carpet'

Veronica spicata nana 'Blue Carpet'

Common Name: Speedwell

Very compact version of Vernoica, it has dark blue flowers atop dark green foliage, and does great in rock gardens and containers.

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Vinca major

Vinca major

Common Name: Periwinkle
This handsome, evergreen ground cover forms a plush carpet of large, heart-shaped, pale green leaves and large, blue-purple flowers. An aggressive spreader in moist, fertile conditions. Plant in more sun for increased blooming....

Vinca major 'Variegata'

Vinca major 'Variegata'

Common Name: Periwinkle
This handsome evergreen ground cover forms a plush carpet of large green leaves with a white edge and purple flowers. An aggressive spreader in moist, fertile conditions. Plant in more sun for increased blooming....

Vinca major 'Wojo's Jem'

Vinca major 'Wojo's Jem'

Common Name: Periwinkle
This handsome, evergreen ground cover forms a plush carpet of creamy to bright yellow leaves with a dark green edge and blue flowers. An aggressive spreader in moist, fertile conditions. Plant in more sun for increased blooming....

Vinca minor 'Alba'

Vinca minor 'Alba'

Common Name: Periwinkle
This lovely evergreen ground cover forms a thick mat of glossy, dark green leaves and bears delightful white flowers. Excellent for slopes or anywhere that a quick low-maintenance cover is desired....

Vinca minor 'Bowles Variety'

Vinca minor 'Bowles Variety'

Common Name: Periwinkle
This evergreen ground cover has glossy green leaves and bears a profusion of large, striking, blue-purple flowers. This variety has larger leaves and is more vigorous than others. Ideal for controlling erosion on banks or as a ground cover under trees....

Vinca minor 'Illumination'

Vinca minor 'Illumination'

Common Name: Periwinkle

The radiating gold center with a dark green border makes this a striking foliage plant in the garden.  Blue-purple flowers offer splashes of color all season.  Mostly grown for the foliage and is great as a trailer for containers.

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Vinca minor 'Ralph Shugert'

Vinca minor 'Ralph Shugert'

Common Name: Periwinkle
Variegated evergreen foliage with a wide, clean white margin is excellent for brightening shaded areas. Vibrant blue flowers rebloom in late season. This lush ground cover is especially vigorous in shaded, moist areas....
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