Catlins Giant Bugleweed - 10 count flat of 4
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Catlins Giant Bugleweed
(4″ Pot)

(Lamiaceae Ajuga Reptans Catlins Giant)

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Light needs for Catlins Giant Bugleweed
Light Needs

Full / Mostly Shade, Morning Sun / Evening Shade, Dappled Light / Filtered Sun

Water needs for Catlins Giant Bugleweed
Water Needs

Average, Low

Water needs for Catlins Giant Bugleweed
Average Landscape Size

0' to 1' tall and 1' to 2' wide.

Water needs for Catlins Giant Bugleweed
Level Of Care

Low

Water needs for Catlins Giant Bugleweed
Season of Color

Spring Blooms, Early Spring Blooms, Fall Foliage, Winter Foliage, Spring Foliage, Summer Foliage

Water needs for Catlins Giant Bugleweed
Resistant To

Deer Resistant, Insect, Disease, Foot Traffic, Heat

Water needs for Catlins Giant Bugleweed
Landscape Uses

Woodland Border, Mass Planting, Foundation, Containers / Planters, Border / Edger, Garden Pond, Outdoor Living Areas, Under Shade Tree, Groundcover, Stones and Pavers, Lawn Substitute, Landscape Beds, Erosion Control, Small Groups, Perennial Garden

Grows In Zones 3A to 10B
(the highlighted area below)

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