This is a groundcover with red tinged dark green leaves and little bright blue flowers in May and June. The foliage remains attractive during the rest of the growing season. This member of the mint family does not have fragrant foliage. This plant spreads by runners that root at the nodes. Why is this plant important in your garden? The flower nectar is food for ladybugs, green lacewings and other natural enemies of plant pests, such as aphids.
Border, Ground Cover, Erosion Control, Woodland Garden
Prefers average moisture and protection from winter winds. It is easy to divide in the spring or fall.