Kalama, WA(Zone 8b)

I got this in a plant trade this past spring. It was suppose to be Agastache 'tootie fruitie' which it isn't.
Does anyone know what it might be? I was thinking maybe a veronica of some type? But I'm not sure. It's a small plant, maybe 7 or 8 inches tall. I'd like to make sure it's hardy'what ever it is' and if not take measures to protect it for winter. Thank you for your help. Joy

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It looks like Veronica Barcarolle'zones 3-8
Or perhaps Physostegia virgiana. zones 3-9

Westbrook, ME(Zone 5a)

It looks like a veronica to me.

Kalama, WA(Zone 8b)

Thanks Sis. I think it could very well be Veronica Barcarolle. I was just searching on the web and I also see it resembles Veronica spicata Red Fox. Either way,it's hardy. I'm sure it's not Physostegia virgiana as I have that and it's different from this plant.
I appreciate your help.:~)
Joy

Sure is pretty'

Lancaster, OH(Zone 5b)

Could it be Celosia Pink Candle or Celosia Purple Flamingo? Looks similar. Pretty. They're both annuals.

Deep South Coastal, TX(Zone 10a)

My vote is for the veronica; the leaves are wrong to be celosia.

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