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cherylhudgins wrote:Jul 5, 2011
sophiejli wrote:Feb 18, 2012
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    Glenna Partridge Garden Design
    It's Lamium galeobdolon 'Variegatum' (common name dead nettle or silver nettle). It's extremely fast growing and invasive. It's fine in a container but I would not plant in the garden unless you don't mind it spreading everywhere! It's like mint in the way it grows and runs in the garden. I hope this helps!
thomestead wrote:Jun 9, 2011
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    Not sure anymore, this was purchased by the client 20 years ago. Sorry.

megconway wrote:Aug 25, 2013

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    grolife
    Donald Pell - Gardens added this to Exuberant Self-Seeders for Gorgeous, Easy-Care GardensAug 7, 2013

    Dead nettle (Lamium purpureum, zones 3 to 8) can spread in dry shade, in rocky outcroppings, under pines, in dense woods and even in some shade. It can be effective at managing erosion, as it spreads from rooting stems. I've seen this low spreader find its way through wood lots and even hold its own against stilt grass (Microstegium vimineum).

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    Becky Harris added this to 12 Extreme Interior DesignsMar 9, 2012

    Giant leaves provide whimsical seating in this charming garden. Tell us: Have you made a brazen move in your home? Please share it with us in the Comments section.More:Design Leaps of FaithMake a Big Statement with Oversized ArtBright Light, Big Lantern

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    Erin Lang Norris added this to Out in the Yard: Creating an Art-Inspired GardenJun 29, 2011

    Unique benches. An interesting bench like this one is sure to catch some enthusiastic comments, along with a few lounge-worthy friends. The giant green leaves fit in perfectly with the lush surrounding foliage. I think I know what's next on my garden wish list. Oh — and that water-spitting frog is charming, too.

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    Irene added this to GardeningApr 14, 2019

    Dead nettle (Lamium purpureum, zones 3 to 8) can spread in dry shade, in rocky outcroppings, under pines, in dense woods and even in some shade. It can be effective at managing erosion, as it spreads from rooting stems. I've seen this low spreader find its way through wood lots and even hold its own against stilt grass (Microstegium vimineum).

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    mtebo07 added this to Plants with notesApr 17, 2018

    Dead nettle (Lamium purpureum, zones 3 to 8) can spread in dry shade, in rocky outcroppings, under pines, in dense woods and even in some shade. It can be effective at managing erosion, as it spreads from rooting stems. I've seen this low spreader find its way through wood lots and even hold its own against stilt grass (Microstegium vimineum).

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