|Veronica ornata is a
perennial herb, approximately 60cm in height, inhabiting seashores
on rocks or soil, the whole looking whitish because of the
fluffiness of hairs. Leaves are of alternate phyllotaxis, each
5-10cm in length, 1.5-2cm in width, in an oblanceolate shape, with
almost nothing, if any, small petioles. On branch tops, borne are
racemes with dense many blue-purple flowers; the corollas measure
0.5-1cm in length. Bloom time: August-September.