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Aubrieta or veronica pecinata

Posted by kcbarbara z5KS (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 18, 08 at 10:53

Has anyone grown these successfully in the midwest? I came across them on the High Country Gardens website while I was looking for a groundcover to accompany my bush roses. They are both lovely but a search for them on the forums here mainly turn up posts from the Rocky Mts which is a whole different environment than that in Kansas City. Anyone have experience with them in clay soil?

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RE: Aubrieta or veronica pecinata

I love Aubrieta and it has been famous in Asian countries. i was doubtful whether it grows well in east Asian countries like India and Srilanka. Any tips on how to grow them well?

Here is a link that might be useful: Aubrieta

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