Veronica salicifolia G.Forster, Fl. Ins. Austr. 3 1786. (syn: Hebe salicifolia (G.Forster) Pennell; Hebe salicifolia var. communis (Ckn.) Ckn. & Allan; Panoxis salicifolia (G.Forst.) Raf.; Veronica lindleyana Paxt.; Veronica salicifolia var. communis Ckn.);
New Zealand, Chile (Los Lagos, Aisen, Magallanes), Colombia (I), Bolivia (I),
Azores (I) (Sao Miguel Isl. (I), Sao Jorge (I), Pico (I)), England (I), Ireland
(I)
as per Catalogue of life

 

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MKP AU 004 Ivory Curls : 11 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)

It is a bushy plant. Commonly called as ivory curls.
Used as ornamental plant.



The links which have sent show inflorescence more like a bottle brush plant. I do have those photographs too. WILL SEND.
But these links do not march with the images I have sent.


Can you please check for Veronica longifolia?


I tried for Veronica. But the images don’t match.


Try Veronica salicifolia. If not then I am not sure. But I do think its a Veronica and could also be some hybrid of Veronica.


Thanks, … It appears close to Veronica salicifolia as per images under: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Veronica_salicifolia


Thanks …


  

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