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Scientific Name: Veronica pectinata L.
Synonym: Veronica schizocalyx
Family: Scrophulariaceae
Recommended Temperature Zone:
USDA: 3-8

Frost Tolerance: Hardy up to 8,500 feet elevation in southwestern USA (2500 m)

Sun Exposure: Sun to part shade

Origin: Middle East, up to 6000 feet elevation (1800 m)

Growth Habits: Evergreen herbaceous perennial, 3 inches tall (7-12 cm), 8 to 10 inches in spread (20-25 cm); deeply-cut, woolly leaves

Watering Needs: Needs good drainage, drought resistant

Propagation: Seeds started in the fall, plant seedling in the spring, divide in spring or fall

Blooming Habits:
Masses of small, deep blue, lavender or pink flowers in late spring

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