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  • Lamium maculatum 'Ghost' Quart
  • Lamium maculatum 'Ghost' Quart

Lamium maculatum 'Ghost' Quart

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"Ghostly" silver leaves will creep low to the ground, forming a fairly dense, weed-suppressing mat in the shadier parts of the garden.

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'Ghost' Spotted Dead Nettle is to shade gardens what sedums are to sunny locations, spreading low to the ground and providing a reliable, attractive ground cover for most of the year. In the same family as mint, 'Ghost' lamium has soft silvery leaves and spreads by underground stolons (just like mint) up to 24 inches wide. Drought-tolerant once established and usually ignored by deer, this variety does well in xeriscapes and dry shade gardens, creeping over rocks or retaining walls, filling in borders, or trailing over the edges of container planters and hanging baskets. Fuchsia-colored flowers appear in the spring, contrasting nicely with the silvery foliage, and may continue blooming at random through the summer. This lamium is quite hardy and usually dies back in colder climates, reappearing in the spring, though it may remain evergreen in warm winters.   

Common Name Spotted Dead Nettle, Creeping Lamium
Mature Size 10" - 14" tall, 18" - 24" wide
Growth Rate Fast
Cold Hardiness -30 ° F
Characteristics Perennial, deer- and rabbit-resistant, attracts pollinators
Light Shade to morning sun/afternoon shade, all day filtered sun
Structure Low growing spreading
Bloom Color Pinkish purple
Bloom Time Spring to summer
Uses Shade gardens, woodland gardens, ground cover, retaining walls, container planters, borders, hanging baskets
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