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How to Grow Lamium

Lamium

Position – Part shade or full shade

Soil – Well-drained

Flowering Period –Summer

Hardiness –  Fully hardy

About Lamium


Lamium are annuals or perennial plants with stunning ovate foliage and delicate flowers that produce clump-forming clusters of colours throughout the summer. Lamium are best suited to flower beds and borders within an informal garden setting. Alternatively, they can be used as underplanting of roses and shrubs. You should expect to see Lamium grow to an approximate height of 50cm (20) and a spread of 1m (40).

How to plant Lamium


Plant Lamium in well-drained soil of clay, loam, chalk and sand within an acidic, alkaline, neutral or alkaline PH balance. Prepare the planting area and incorporate plenty of compost in the native soil, mixing well. Water thoroughly once in place to settle the soil.

How to care for Lamium


Keep the soil moist by applying an adequate amount of water, ensuring it does not become waterlogged. Fertilize Lamium twice a year as this will often enhance flower production. Feed the plants once in early spring and again in mid-summer. Prune plants to cut out dead or damaged branches, or to maintain size and shape.

How to propagate Lamium


It is possible to propagate Lamium by division during the autumn or early spring.

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