Forms a dense mat of shiny, multi-coloured, ground-covering foliage. Leaves change colour throughout the year and range from flecks of pink, red, purple, cream and green. Blue flower spikes appear in spring and summer.
How do you take care of an Ajuga plant?
Gently loosen the plants’ roots, place them in the ground, and firm the soil around them. Water thoroughly to settle them in and eliminate air pockets. Ajugas seldom need fertilizing. You’ll probably want to thin your ajugas every three years or so, to prevent them from becoming overcrowded.