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Jesse Saylor

(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...

(Common Bugleweed, Mahogany Common Bugleweed)

Mahogany common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy leaves of dark burgundy to black. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of pretty bright 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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James H. Schutte

(Common Bugleweed, Pink Beauty Common Bugleweed)

Pink beauty common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy leaves of dark green. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of pretty pale pink 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

(Common Bugleweed, Pink Suprise Common Bugleweed)

Pink surprise common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy leaves of dark green and bronze-purple. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of pretty pink 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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Yoder Brothers

(Common Bugleweed, Purple Brocade Common Bugleweed)

Purple brocade common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy leaves of dark green and bronze-purple with a quilted texture. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of pale purple 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...

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Yoder Brothers

(Common Bugleweed, Purple Torch Common Bugleweed)

Purple torch common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy leaves of crisp dark green. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of pale purple to pink 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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Jesse Saylor

(Common Bugleweed, Silver Beauty Common Bugleweed)

Silver beauty common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy variegated leaves of crisp silvery green mottled with ivory. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of 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...

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Donna W. Moramarco

(Common Bugleweed, Silver Queen Common Bugleweed)

Silver queen common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover. Its attractive variegated leaves are silvery gray-green edged in cream and deeply indented. This shade-loving plant is European in origin and spreads rapidly by stolons to form a dense carpet of showy vegetation. Spikes of bright 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...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Common Bugleweed, Toffee Chip Bugleweed, Variegated 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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Jessie Keith

(Chocolate Chip Common Bugleweed, Common Bugleweed)

Chocolate chip common bugleweed is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, perennial groundcover with glossy leaves of chocolaty 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 rich 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...