Scientific Name : Ajuga x tenorii
Common Name : Bugleweed
Hardiness Zone : 3a - 9b
Hardiness Degree : -30°F (-34°C)
Blooming Season : Spring, Late Spring
Plant Habit : Spreading
Characteristics : Deer Resistant, Attracts Hummingbirds, Colorful/Attractive Foliage, Shade Tolerant
Water : Medium
Fertilizer : None or when needed only
Spacing : 18 - 24" (46 - 61cm)
Height : 4" (10cm)
Width : 6 - 9" (15 - 23cm)
Exposure : Shade, Sun
General Information : Very cute ajuga with miniature rounded leaves and flowers that attract hummingbirds.
Excellent for small spaces, at garden’s edge, or in rock gardens, and lovely with gold or variegated hostas or Japanese painted fern.
Vigorous and disease resistant.
Idea & Tips : Grow in any moist soil in partial shade or part-day sun, since the foliage may scorch in full sun.
Grower Information : • Mounded, dwarf form with narrow leaves and plenty of flowers.
• Attracts hummingbirds.
• Excellent for small spaces.
• Vigorous and disease resistant.
This dwarf Ajuga has miniature, narrow, chocolate-colored leaves and blue flowers that attract hummingbirds. It’s ideal for small spaces, at garden’s edge or in rock gardens. It pairs well with gold or variegated hostas or Japanese painted fern. Grows in moist soil in partial shade or part-day sun as its foliage can scorch in full sun.