- Ajuga are mostly spreading, rhizomatous perennials with attractive evergreen foliage, rarely annuals, with whorled two-lipped flowers forming short spikes.
- A mat-forming evergreen perennial with oval or spoon-shaped, bronze-green leaves irregularly margined with cream and deep pink; deep blue flowers from late spring.
Caring for Carpet Bugle Plants Once established, ajuga plants requires little care. Unless it’s really dry, ajuga can usually sustain itself with normal rainfall and there’s no need to fertilize this plant. Of course, if it’s located in the sun, you may need to water it more often. It is self-seeding, so if you don’t want any unexpected pop-ups, deadheading would definitely help. Removing some of the runners periodically can also help keep this ground cover in line. Runners are also easy to redirect. Simply lift them up and point them in the right direction and they will follow. You can also cut the runners and replant them elsewhere. Division may be necessary every few years in spring to prevent overcrowding
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