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Veronica spicata ‘Foxy Lady’ PP20679   

The first bicolor Veronica! Walters Gardens, Inc. brings us this sport of ‘Red Fox’ with all the best traits of ‘Red Fox’. ‘Foxy Lady’ has a dwarf habit and long-blooming, bright fuchsia pink and white flowers held on 12-15” spikes above low, mounding, green foliage starting midsummer. If deadheaded, it may bloom for 6 weeks or longer. It is tolerant of partial shade but flowering is improved with full sunlight. 

    Common Name:Speedwell
    Hardiness Zones:4-8
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Veronica: Of the approximately 250 varieties of Veronica, the majority are easily grown in full sun to part shade in any good soil, while also providing a long bloom period when deadheaded. Dwarf varieties are particularly suited to rock and alpine gardens or in the front of any border or garden. The taller varieties can stand alone or grouped together, remembering to give room for air circulation between plants.