The veronics

The veronics:

The autumn months are enlivened by the beautiful purple flowers of the veroniche; these are plants originating from New Zealand, which have adapted well to the European climate. They are plants that do not like the direct sun, but prefer semi-shady locations, especially in the warmest periods of the day; we can then cultivate them in a shaded flowerbed, or keep them in pots and move them to the shade when the sun is warmer. Watering must be regular, so as to always keep the substratum moist but not soaked with water; every 10-12 days we supply some fertilizer for flowering plants all year long. We periodically check the veron vegetation to remove the ears of withered flowers and the ruined leaves, to prevent them from being vehicles of fungal diseases.