Glechoma, a perennial (-10°F /-23°C) ground cover, is grown for its distinctive and fragrant foliage. The interesting small, round, scalloped and variegated green and white foliage trails down over the edge of planters, window boxes and hanging baskets beautifully. Glechoma is best grown in containers because of its natural tendency to spread and grow vigorously. Because it can take some foot traffic, it can be used as groundcover or trailing plant in rock gardens. Deer resistant.
|Bloom Time||Foliage accent plant|
|Height||2-4 inches (5-10 cm)|
|Width||18-30 inches (46-76 cm)|
|Companion Plant||Compatible with all Tried and True varieties. Looks especially good as a foliage accent.|
|Watering||Allow to dry slightly between watering.|
|Feeding||Periodically with a high nitrogen plant food.|
|Planting||Well-drained soil in full sun, partial shade to shade.|