Veronica - Botany

Botany

  • Veronica (plant), a genus of plants
  • Hebe (genus), formerly known as Veronica
Some cultivars and species are still named as such:
  • Veronica Lake Hebe, Veronica Hebe or Hebe Veronica is a garden cultivar of Hebe speciosa
  • Shrubby Veronica, Hebe recurva

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