This Veronica has tall, upright pale pink spires of masses of tiny flowers from May. Mounds of foliage of young plants soon establish good clumps. This variety is mildew resistant; as it is to other pest, slugs, snails, deer and rabbits. A good candidate for a pot but better in the borders, on well-drained soil in sun or part shade, where it will attract the pollinators. Will last for a few days in a vase. Fully Hardy Perennial.
Floriferous white spires add a vertical element to your beds and borders from May to September. Spires are elevated over neat mounds of green elongated oval leaves beneath. Suitable for all soil types, likes a well drained position in full sun or semi-shade. Icicles will attract bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects. Planted in drifts for a show but equally happy in containers. Good in the vase. Not dined on by rabbits, chickens or deer. Cut back in the autumn to encourage new shoots. Height 60cm and spread 60cm.