These evergreen shrubs and subshrubs are among the very toughest and therefore great for difficult situations; they thrive in heat and poor rocky soil. They also offer versatility, fitting into formal or informal designs with equal ease.
Teucrium chamaedrys ‘Alba’ (S-0867)
A friend to the bees and butterflies, and once used to cure stomach ailments, droves of whorled, petite white blooms sparkle on short terminal panicles above varnished dark greenery. Small, rounded dentate leaves and low growing tight-set reddish stems distinguish this upright, delightfully aromatic subshrub. Second-to-none for the rockery, herb garden or a container, ‘Alba’s natty evergreen habit makes a no-fuss verdant minihedge, effectively corralling a boisterous bed.
Blooms June–early September
Size: 6" – 12" high x 8" – 15" wide.
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