Pink Pewter Lamium

$5.95

Lamium is one of the choices for ground-cover, especially if you are looking for ground-cover that is tough yet showy. This selection of Creeping Lamium forms a spreading patch of small silver leaves that are variegated and with a narrow green edge. There are clusters of soft salmon-pink flowers that will appear in the springtime; the flowers are small, hooded, and open in attractive whorls at the ends of their stems. Lamium is a semi-evergreen, mat-forming perennial that is loved because of its heart-shaped silver leaves. Rises up to 6-8 inches tall and spreads up to 12-24 inches. With a long bloom period and colorful foliage.

The leaves are ovate to heart-shaped with coarsely toothed margins. Leaves of this Lamium are dark green or green marked with silver. There are salmon-pink flowers that are held upright on stalks that will be produced in late spring and early summer. Will also produce small fruit nutlets. The overall shape of this Lamium is creeping and mounded. Because it is an aggressive grower ensure that you are keeping an eye on its growth.

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Part sun, partial shade, deer resistant, attractive foliage, Zone 3

Lamium maculatum ‘Pink Pewter’

Lamium is one of the choices for ground-cover, especially if you are looking for ground-cover that is tough yet showy. This selection of Creeping Lamium forms a spreading patch of small silver leaves that are variegated and with a narrow green edge. There are clusters of soft salmon-pink flowers that will appear in the springtime; the flowers are small, hooded, and open in attractive whorls at the ends of their stems. Lamium is a semi-evergreen, mat-forming perennial that is loved because of its heart-shaped silver leaves. Rises up to 6-8 inches tall and spreads up to 12-24 inches. With a long bloom period and colorful foliage.

The leaves are ovate to heart-shaped with coarsely toothed margins. Leaves of this Lamium are dark green or green marked with silver. There are salmon-pink flowers that are held upright on stalks that will be produced in late spring and early summer. Will also produce small fruit nutlets. The overall shape of this Lamium is creeping and mounded. Because it is an aggressive grower ensure that you are keeping an eye on its growth.

Has a moderate water need, but ensure that the planting area has adequate drainage. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer. Best if pruning is done immediately after blooming. Prefers moderate shade areas. Fast growth rate.

Lamium maculatum is native to Europe. It can form a dense mound that overtakes ground area.