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Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow' - 3.5 inch Pots (Minimum Quantity: 25 Plants)

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Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow' is one of our favorite varieties. Deep blue flower spikes in spring are held above variegated foliage of green, burgundy shades, and white. The dense mat suppresses weeds, and serves as an effective lawn substitute. We like it planted in borders, beneath taller perennials, in containers and rock gardens.

Ajuga symbolizes cheerfulness in "the language of flowers". One can understand why; ajuga's bright blue flowers definitely evoke that emotion.

Ajuga is sometimes included in edible gardens. The leaves are used in salads. If your ajuga spreads too far, eat it.

Historically, ajuga has been used as a treatment for health conditions such as coughing, various respiratory disorders, wound dressings and nosebleed, treatment of mouth sores, anxiety, and heart palpitations, among others. Always seek advice and supervision from a professional before using a plant medicinally.

Burgundy Glow, like other ajugas, is a pollinator-friendly plant and attracts bees.

Name(s): Ajuga reptans 'Burgundy Glow', 'Burgundy Lace', Bugleweed, Creeping Bugleweed, Carpet Bugleweed, Carpenter's Herb, Sicklewort, Middle Comfrey

Flower Color: Deep blue

Bloom Time: Early spring

Foliage: Herbaceous, green/burgundy/white variegated.

Height/Spread: 4 inches to 6 inches x indefinitely.

Climate Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Sun Exposure: Full sun to light shade.

Soil Condition: Rich, well-drained to dry, pH 6.1 to 7.5

Features: Drought tolerant, deer resistant, low maintenance, tolerates mild foot traffic, pollinator-friendly.

Uses: Xeriscaping, massed planting, ground cover, lawn substitute, attracts bees.

Tips on Ajuga Planting and Care

Comments: Allow soil to dry between watering. 

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