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Purple Dragon has stunning silver leaves with dark green edging and large, magenta-purple flowers. This Lamium is perfect for any shady area of the garden. PP# 15890 (Lamium maculatu...
Orchid Frost makes a great groundcover for shade with variegated leaves and orchid-pink bloom. Only 8 inches tall. PP#11122 (Lamium maculatum)...
White Nancy is a mat forming flowering groundcover for shady areas. Use with hostas and other shade lovers. (Lamium maculatum)...
Pink Pewter is a great groundcover for shady areas with bright bloom from late spring into summer. (Lamium maculatum)...
Versatile Lamiums form a low, spreading mat that makes life difficult for even the most tenacious weeds. Yet their beautiful, variegated foliage and delicate flower clusters are worth planting for visual pleasure alone. They prefer part to full shade, making them ideal for planting under both deciduous and evergreen trees & shrubs, and in places where lawn grasses struggle from a lack of sunlight.