(=‘P018S’) This gem appeared at Denver Botanic Gardens as a cross with Turkish veronica (V. liwanensis) and an unknown creeping veronica, perhaps Veronica repens. It features small, glossy, rounded leaves that form a dense mat covered with small, four-petaled white flowers with a blue centre ring that deepens with maturity. Vigorous. Excellent as filler between stepping stones, spills and trails over walls, or creeps as a delightful groundcover running beneath perennials and flowering shrubs. At home in a semi xeric garden and can take a bit more water. Grows best when planted in full sun.