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Veronica

This elegant spired bloom is known as Veronica. In recent years, this flower has become extremely popular for wedding flowers to use in bouquets, table arrangements and other designs. It is ideal to create a playful shape and works with every colour scheme. 

Colours and Shapes

Veronica Longifolia is a genus of the Plantaginaceae family and is generally thought of as a summer flower. However, in actual fact, it is more or less available all-year round as it is grown under glass commercially. Veronica has elegant spires of flowers available in three main colours, including white, purple/blue and pink. The coloured plume of the flower is the most striking part.

It can vary in height from 50cm to 80cm and is sold in bunches of between 20 to 50 stems. Below, we have listed four of the most popular varieties that are sold to our customers. All of which can be found on our website here.

Caya (white)

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Clea Diana (purple)

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Clea June (lilac)

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Shop Care Tips

To get the best from your wholesale cut veronica please read the care instructions below carefully:

  • Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle with a sharp knife.
  • Fill sterilised buckets with luke warm water and add flower food.
  • Place the Veronica in the buckets.
  • Leave overnight to condition before using.

Never leave cut flowers in direct sunlight, near a radiator, in a draft or fruit. (The gas used to ripen fruit will harm most flowers). Keep the Veronica in a cool place and always keep out of the way of children.

Design Combinations

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The bouquet is filled with texture and warmth to capture the true essence of autumn using berries, eryngium and scabious seedheads with a touch of lilac.

Florist: Swallows and Damsons  + Photography: Sally T Photography

Flower Guides - Triangle Nursery Ltd

An elegant white, textural bouquet combining olive, eucalyptus, succulents, spirea and Veronica.

Florist: Wildflowers LLC, Photography: Kristin Vanzant

Flower Guides - Triangle Nursery Ltd

A bouquet that captures the best of summer combining peonies (our favourite!), garden roses, proteas, Veronica and a whole lot more! Living coral is the Colour of the year and can only imagine how popular this style will be this summer! The Veronica might not be the stars of the show, but they certainly add texture and style to the design.

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Flower Guides - Triangle Nursery Ltd

The Veronica adds a playful shape and touch of purple to this rather beautiful rustic, yet bohemian design.

Photography: Lucy Greenhill Photography

TOP TIP: When lavender is out of season, Veronica Clea Diana or any of the other varieties are the perfect solutions (apart from it doesn’t have a scent) to add texture with a similar shape. Typically, Lavender is only available on the commercial market for a short time (2 weeks) at the end of June to July. Alternatively, you could have a look at dried lavender.

Simple Jam Jar Arrangements with Veronica

From beautiful bouquets, elaborate table arrangement to simple jam jars, veronica is a versatile flower that works well in any design. This design is ideal for a DIY wedding scattered in and around a venue to add colour and character with some seasonal flowers.

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Flower Guides - Triangle Nursery Ltd

From wedding work to hand-tied bouquets, the veronica sits happily in a hand-tied bouquet as the lengths range from 50 to 80cm. The playful nature and pastel colour shades compliment the other blooms well. This vintage bouquet is filled with Amnesia Roses, Classic Hydrangeas, Mentha Jocka, Eryngium and Brassica.

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