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James H. Schutte

(Common Bugleweed)

Known as common bugleweed, this evergreen, perennial groundcover adds interest to shady areas. These European natives spread rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of vegetation. Spikes of pretty dark to medium blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. The common form has dark green foliage, but there are many cultivars with a variety of different foliage and flower color combinations. Two such selections are the bronze and green-leaved 'Bronze Beauty' and the very low growing, pink-flowered...

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PlantHaven

(Common Bugleweed, Party Colors Bugleweed)

Known as common bugleweed, this evergreen, perennial groundcover adds interest to shady areas. These European natives spread rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of vegetation. Spikes of pretty dark to medium blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. The common form has dark green foliage, but there are many cultivars with a variety of different foliage and flower color combinations. Two such selections are the bronze and green-leaved 'Bronze Beauty' and the very low growing, pink-flowered...

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James Burghardt

(Black Scallop Common Bugleweed, Common Bugleweed)

Black scallop common bugleweed, with its nearly black evergreen foliage, will add interest to any shady garden area. European in origin, these plants spread rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of beautifully dark vegetation. Spikes of pretty dark blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Plants are tolerant of poor soils but perform best in those that are evenly moist and well drained. Divide plantings every two to three years to prevent overcrowding and possible disease problems....

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James H. Schutte

(Bronze Beauty Common Bugleweed, Common Bugleweed)

Bronze beauty common bugleweed is an evergreen, perennial groundcover with beautiful bronze and dark green foliage. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of pretty dark violet-blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Plants will tolerate poor soils but perform best in those that are evenly moist and well drained. Divide plantings every two to three years to prevent overcrowding and possible disease...

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James H. Schutte

(Bronze Heart Common Bugleweed, Common Bugleweed)

Bronze heart common bugleweed is an evergreen, perennial groundcover with beautiful red-bronze to deep purple foliage. This compact selection spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of pretty dark blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Plants will tolerate poor soils but perform best in those that are evenly moist and well drained. Divide plantings every two to three years to prevent overcrowding and possible disease problems. Common bugleweed is...

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James H. Schutte

(Burgundy Glow Common Bugleweed, Common Bugleweed)

Growing more slowly than other selections of common bugleweed, 'Burgundy Glow' also produces more colorful foliage. An evergreen, perennial groundcover with beautiful dark green leaves suffused with bronze and silver, this shade-loving plant is European in origin. Bugleweed spreads moderately by stolons to form a dense mat of showy vegetation. Diminutive spikes of deep blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. In the chill of fall and winter, the leaves turn deeper bronze and the newer...

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James H. Schutte

(Catlin's Giant Common Bugleweed, Common Bugleweed)

Catlin's giant common bugleweed is an evergreen, perennial groundcover with large leaves of glossy green with hints of bronze and purple. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Relatively tall spikes of pretty blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Plants will tolerate poor soils but perform best in those that are evenly moist and well drained. Divide plantings every two to three years to prevent overcrowding...

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Mark Kane

(Common Bugleweed, Gaiety Common Bugleweed)

Gaiety common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy leaves of purple-bronze. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of pretty lilac flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Plants will tolerate poor soils but perform best in those that are evenly moist and well drained. Divide plantings every two to three years to prevent overcrowding and possible disease problems....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Common Bugleweed)

Gaiety common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy leaves of bronze. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Relatively tall spikes of pretty violet blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Plants will tolerate poor soils but perform best in those that are evenly moist and well drained. Divide plantings every two to three years to prevent overcrowding and possible...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Bugleweed, Golden Glow Common Bugleweed)

Golden glow common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy leaves of pale green splashed with cream and gold. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of pretty violet blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Plants will tolerate poor soils but perform best in those that are evenly moist and well drained. Divide plantings every two to three years to prevent overcrowding...