Also known as
Angels' Eyes, Bird's Eyes, Blewort, Cat's Eyes, God's Eye, Female Fluellen, Blue Eyes, Blue Stars, Eyebright, Angel's-Eye, Bird's-Eye Speedwell, Angel's eyes, Bird's eye, God's eye, Speedwell
Veronica chamaedrys ziedas by Lithuanian Wikipedia (CC-BY-SA-3.0)
1 years to reach maturity
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Germander Speedwell Overview
Veronica chamaedrys is a deciduous, annual or perennial species in the plantain family, Plantaginaceae. It has a creeping habit, forming roots easily as it spreads across the ground. Produces spikes of delicate, bright blue flowers, sometimes with white-edged petals, from spring to summer. Flowers measure approximately 1cm in diameter and they possess white centres and attractive darker blue venation on the petals, of which there are 4. Foliage is toothed, oval-shaped with pointed tips and covered in hairs, flowering stems possess two specific vertical lines of hairs.
How to propagate Germander Speedwell
You can propagate by division in the spring or autumn, by softwood or semi-ripe cuttings in summer.
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