Veronica bullii (syn. Besseya bullii) is a species of flowering plant in the plantain family known by the common names kittentails and Bull's coraldrops. It is native to the Upper Midwest of the United States, occurring in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.
This plant has a low-lying rosette of hairy leaves each a few centimeters long. In April through June it blooms in a cylindrical spike of yellow-green flowers. The lower lip of each flower corolla has three lobes and the stamens protrude.