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Candy Whitten
Candy Whitten • 3 years ago

Lamium Starting in mid-spring, Lamium produces clusters of pink or white flowers. This delightful groundcover can rebloom off and on through the summer, creating months of color. And even when its not blooming, the silver-infused foliage brightens up shady corners. Lamium usually stays about 8 inches tall and grows best in Zones 4-8. Tip: Keep lamium looking good by keeping it moist. If it dries out too much, the leaves will develop brown edges

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