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Lamium

History and Origin:

Lamium is a genus of around 40-50 species within the family Lamiaceae and is native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa. The name Lamium comes from the Greek word 'lamia' meaning 'devouring monster' which refers to the shape of the flowers that resemble open jaws. They have the common name 'dead-nettle' as it is related to the stining nettle, although it has no sting.

About:

Lamium are usually perennials, although can be annuals, with toothed leaves and tubular flowers that form short spikes in the summer. The flowers are particularly great for attracting bees. They make good ground cover and can be used for underplanting too.

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