Veronica p. Georgia Blue
Veronica ‘Georgia Blue’ is a lovely evergreen trailing perennial that blooms when most other perennials are just waking from dormancy. The flowers are a beautiful clear azure blue and resemble Forget-Me-Nots.
Bloom-time is late winter into early spring. ’Georgia Blue’ is used effectively as a cascading border, as an accent in rock gardens or planted amongst early spring bulbs such as daffodils. It prefers sun to light shade and will grow to about 2” to 4” tall, with a 12” spread. Once established, it can withstand our dry summers.
The name ‘Georgia Blue’ comes from its native land, of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Even though she comes from afar, ‘Georgia Blue’ is happy spreading her charm right here in our north Texas gardens.