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  • 2 flowering plants of Veronica genus: Koromiko & Bentham’s hebe
    Rights: Koromiko courtesy of Phil Bendle and Bentham’s hebe courtesy of Colin Meurk, Creative Commons 4.0 Published 3 July 2018 Size: 520 KB Referencing Hub media

    The Veronica genus (formerly known as Hebe) is a large group of New Zealand plants demonstrating wide variation. They hybridise (cross-pollinate) very easily and are adapted to very different environments. Two very different varieties are shown in this image – koromiko (Veronica salicifolia) on the left and Bentham’s hebe (Veronica benthamii) on the right.

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