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Plants Matching teucrium chamaedrys

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Image of Teucrium chamaedrys photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Wall Germander)

Pretty, crisp, evergreen leaves cover the attractive and much underused wall germander. Mediterranean in origin, this semi-woody perennial is quite winter hardy and drought tolerant once established. It has a low, spreading habit and stiff, upright branches that look especially handsome spilling over garden walls, troughs or containers.

Though a member of the mint family, the small, leathery, dark green leaves of this Old World ornamental herb are not fragrant. On occasion, the glossy leaves...

Image of Teucrium chamaedrys

James H. Schutte

(Golden Wall Germander, Wall Germander)

Pretty, crisp, evergreen leaves cover the attractive and much underused wall germander. Mediterranean in origin, this semi-woody perennial is quite winter hardy and drought tolerant once established. It has a low, spreading habit and stiff, upright branches that look especially handsome spilling over garden walls, troughs or containers.

Though a member of the mint family, the small, leathery, dark green leaves of this Old World ornamental herb are not fragrant. On occasion, the glossy leaves...