Ajuga


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###***Senecio, Ajuga, Myrtus communis, Quercus cocciferae, Iris, Betula Ornithogalum
AJUGA In case you have not noticed, grass does not grow very well beneath trees or in the shade.
For a traditional autumn feeling try orange pansies and viola with Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow', which has a pink through to burgundy foliage colour.
Total flavonoid content Maximum TFC was present in aerial part of Ajuga bracteosa, intermediate TFC and lowest TFC was found in leaves of Mentha royleana and Ostegia limbata respectively (Table 2).
Establish walkable, low-water lawn substitutes, such as California meadow sedge (Carex pansa), carpet bugle (Ajuga replans), Dymondia margarelae, and woolly thyme.
On the drive I created a narrow strip planted with Irish moss, viola and ajuga. You could use small sedums and semperviviums or anything low growing and relatively tough.
If they can rise up from a carpet of ajuga or through the ferny, bronze foliage of Anthriscus sylvestris 'Raven's Wing', so much the better.
Ajuga reptans "Multicolor" is a bugle whose cream, pink and purple splashed leaves carpet the ground.
The genus Ajuga, belonging to the mint family (Lamiaceae), comprises about 301 species and occurs in the cooler parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
Herb/grass layer was dominated by Poa annua followed by Polygonum amplexicaule, Sambucus wightiana Viola spp., Ajuga parviflora, Saxifraga ciliata andPodophyllum emodi.
In addition, several grasses and ground covers will be sold, including muhly grass, switch grass, fountain grass, maiden grass, liriope, mondo grass, ajuga and vinca.
Shoo Them Away With Flowers: Here's a deer-resistant barrier that doubles as a beautiful backdrop to any garden: A 6-foot wire fence with a 3-foot-wide flower bed full of deer-resistant perennials, such as goldenrod, Russian sage, lavender, coneflower, bellflower, yarrow, astilbe, tickseed, balloon flower, catnip, lamb's ear, and ajuga for the ground cover.
The genus of Ajuga belongs to the family Lamiaceae and contains at least 301 species.
Teucrium polium and Ajuga iva plants were collected and allowed to dry in the dark at room temperature.