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Article: The Invaders: Lamiastrum Yellow Archangel: lamium vs. lamiustrum?

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Milton, MA
(Zone 6a)

April 20, 2008
12:00 PM

Post #4834787

Lois, I have enjoyed lamiums or maybe lamiustrums in containers for years. They come back, they have a lovely silvery sheen to contrast with impatiens or whatever else is going in the container, and sometimes even pretty flowers. I don't know if they're really lamiums or "sort of like lamium"s. I've learned my lesson with mint and I only plant things in the garden that I know will die anyway -- these are way too sturdy to take the risk. Thank you for your illuminating and informative article! xx, Carrie
Glen Ellyn, IL
(Zone 5b)

April 20, 2008
3:57 PM

Post #4835706

Oh, containers - there they are safe! And they trail nicely over the sides of the pot.

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