Veronica Plant


Lovely shades of purple and the Veronica enjoy in your home. 

Once the blooms complete their cycle indoors, the Veronica is a perennial, plant outside in the fall. Next season, like magic, Veronica will reappear with Mother Nature’s cooperation. Perennials have a way of surprising us every year!

Place your plant in an area that receives filtered sunlight. It should arrive in bud and some bloom, water generously daily while in bud and bloom. Be sure to allow for proper drainage. Some humidity is desirable and can be obtained by an occasional misting. Remove spent blossoms and yellowing leaves. This is a one-time blooming indoor plant.

If you’d like, plant it in the fall; it’s a perennial that, given proper conditions, will bloom the following summer. Perennials can be so rewarding with a little patience!

If this arrived with a ceramic cachepot the decorative stand is optional. Please put together the stand by placing one notched gove in the other notched grove – it is the shape of an  “X”.   Any questions see the website for the picture of the vase. 


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