Lamium maculatum 'Beacon Silver'
Also known as:
- Beacon Silver Spotted Dead Nettle
adaptable, average, well-drained, rich
even moisture, regular
mostly sun, bright shade, dappled shade, mostly shade, shade
variegated, green, blue
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Description by: Little Prince of Oregon
An outstanding ground cover with green-edged, metalic-silver leaves. Lilac-pink flowers. Popular variety. Likes any well-drained soil. This low-growing CLIFF HANGER plant will form a trailing mat of foliage and is a good selection for rock walls and containers.
Description by: Secret Garden Growers
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A ground cover of fine silver brocade that will create a brilliant carpet in moist, part shade areas. Only a few inches tall, this perennial is dense enough to smother most weeds; I liken its spreading ability to ajuga in the garden. A single plant will eventually cover a 3' square area. Lavender flowers show off nicely against the bright silver in summer. Evergreen for us, looking great even in winter, but we do shear it back once in awhile to keep the foliage looking perky. Also makes a superb bulb cover. Will cascade and spill over rocks and from pots.