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Culture September 2013Perennial Solutions: Veronica Bomb SeriesBy Paul Pilon

This improved series offers compact growing and uniquely branched flower spikes comprised of hundreds of flower blooms. http://www.gpnmag.com/article/perennial-solutions-veronica-bomb-series/
Over the years, veronica has become a staple perennial used in the American landscape. Past cultivars were known for their long blooming times and unfortunately many cultivars have a reputation for their floppiness.

There has been much work with breeding efforts and plant selection to bring veronica cultivars with improved characteristics to the market.

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White Veronica, Blue Thistle, Seeded Eucalyptus Boutonnieres

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The groomsmen wore different variations of hydrangeas, thistle, white Veronica, seeded eucalyptus and hypericum berries for their boutonnieres.