GAP Photos - Garden & Plant Picture Library - Herbaceous border, backed by a Taxus - Yew hedge planted in the 19th Century. Between the beds are Yew finials designed by Rowland Egerton-Warburton and planted in 1856 - Arley Hall and gardens, early July - GAP Photos - Specialising in horticultural photography
Veronica, Charlotte... "Delightful in sunny mixed or herbaceous borders. Veronicas infuse the midborder with serene, lacey vertical elegance. This welcome new 2 tall variety boasts striking straight, upright, dense white spikes and tidy variegated leaves, matte edge in white. Its a low-maintenance plant with low water needs and is marvelous in a sunny mixed or herbaceous border."