A cultivated variety of plant, often bred for a desired trait, such as pest or disease resistance, flower color, fruit color and/or persistence, habit/size, foliage color/texture, etc..
Lamium LAY’-mee-um is a genus with many cultivars that are outstanding foliage plants for the shade, most notably ‘White Nancy’. This evergreen ground cover’s beautiful, 1- to 2-inch-wide leaves are silvery white with green edges and have a quilted appearance. Clusters of white flowers appear from spring through summer. Care: Moist, well-drained soil. Propagation: By division or stem cuttings.
Purchased/Acquired from: Westlake Hardware Cost: 2 @ $1.89 each
Date Planted: Saturday, 6-5-2010 (East side, slender planter pathway next to Trash Cans)