Spotted Dead Nettle Anne Greenway

Spotted Dead Nettle Anne Greenway

Rating Author Content Negative On Jun 17, 2013, TheSkeptic from Teaneck, NJ wrote: Very pretty plant, but does not thrive in my shady NJ garden. One plant I bought last year barely survived the winter and is just struggling to make a few leaves. Another one that I planted this spring in a different location initially seemed to be thriving, but was then suddenly decimated by insects. Someone else described this variety as a wimp . I think that is an apt description. Most lamium …

Lamium Spotted Dead Nettle

Lamium Spotted Dead Nettle

Lamium species Lamium plants are clumping or spreading, semi-evergreen members of the mint family. They are known for their beautiful silver and green variegation patterns in their textured foliage with toothed edges that light up those dark, shaded areas and the spires of dainty, hooded flowers that appear in late spring and early summer. Lamiums are excellent plants for woodland areas or in your shade garden. Some species of Lamiums may become invasive in some areas. Growing …

Spotted Dead Nettle Lamium maculatum

Spotted Dead Nettle Lamium maculatum

Rating Author Content Positive On Nov 5, 2010, ms_greenjeans from Hopkins, MN (Zone 4a) wrote: This is planted on a steep hillside that gets only morning sun. I have a few different ground covers beneath large shrubs, and this works really well. It blooms repeatedly, which I didn t expect. If it starts to get too thick or wander where I don t want it, it s easy to just cut or pull it back. Neutral On Jul 25, 2008, clayandrocks9 from Bristow, VA (Zone 7a) wrote: So far I have tired …

Spotted Dead Nettle Orchid Frost

Spotted Dead Nettle Orchid Frost

Rating Author Content Positive On Dec 7, 2013, VJD from Oak Ridge, TN wrote: Planted this in September on the north side, and even though we ve had freezing temps, it s still lovely and flowering! So far I love it. On Sep 16, 2012, Bhamster from Bellingham, WA wrote: This plant grows nicely in a sheltered, shady, nutrient-poor patch of my back yard that is bone-dry in summer and constantly damp in winter. It is very well-behaved under these conditions. It was here when we moved …