Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
'Adoration' puts on a fantastic late summer display of slender finger-like spikes of lilac-pink flowers arranged in neat whorls down its elegant stems, slowly opening from the top flowers downwards.
Commonly known as Culver's Root, V. virginicum 'Album' has slender, pure white flower-spikes during late summer and autumn. It is a perennial with many upright stems which bear whorls of lance-shaped
'Cupid' stands out due to its chunkier flower spikes, intense purple in bud opening to a deep lavender blue, arranged in whorls or rings like satellites around a planet.
Elegant slender flower spikes provide pink firework-like blooms during late summer. The green, lance-shaped foliage forms whorls around tall, erect stems. Veronicastrum virginicum is commonly known as
'Diana' has pure white, slender flower spikes which appear during late summer and last well into the autumn. The dark green, lance-shaped foliage forms whorls around tall erect stems.