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Ajuga Chocolate Chip

Ajuga Reptans 'Valfredda'
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Ajuga Chocolate Chip
Ajuga Chocolate Chip
Ajuga Chocolate Chip
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Ajuga Chocolate Chip
Ajuga Chocolate Chip
Ajuga Chocolate Chip
Ajuga Chocolate Chip
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Ajuga Chocolate Chip
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Ajuga Chocolate Chip

Ajuga Reptans 'Valfredda'
    1 review

This Flowering Groundcover is a Must Have!

  • Pest Resistant
  • Cold Hardy
  • Fast Growing
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Product Details

growing zone 4-9 Growing Zones 4-9
Soil Type Well Drained
Sunlight Partial
Drought Tolerance
Mature Height 1 Foot
Mature Width 1 Foot
Growth Rate Moderate
Bloom Color Blue
Brand Proven Winners®
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Ajuga Chocolate Chip, also known as bugleweed, is a low-growing creeping groundcover. This particular selection is prized for its handsome evergreen foliage with deep burgundy-chocolate shades.

During colder weather, the plants turn quite dark and may lighten up somewhat during the heat of summer.

Ajuga Chocolate Chip FAQ

How Long Does It Take This Ajuga To Grow?

8-12” wide in a single season and can generally range up to 36” wide in total.

What Is A Good Substitute for this Ajuga?

Similar Ajuga with purple colored flowers called Catlin's Giant Ajuga

What Are Good Companion Plants For Ajuga Chocolate Chip?

Ferns, Violas, Fescue and Hostas

Ajuga Chocolate Chip Care

Fast growing plants spread by underground stems to create a great groundcover. Divide clumps when plantings get over crowded. Remove spent flowers, shears or even mowing on a high setting can quickly take care of the old flowers.

This plant will require occasional maintenance and upkeep, and should not require much pruning, except when necessary, such as to remove dieback. It is a good choice for attracting butterflies to your yard, but is not particularly attractive to deer who tend to leave it alone in favor of tastier treats.

Landscape ideas

Primary use is as a ground cover. Will fill in large, shady areas where lawns are difficult to establish. May also be planted on banks or slopes, under trees or around shrubs. Can be planted over spring bulbs such as snowdrops.

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