| Lamium maculatum 'White Nancy'(30)ct Flat
a/k/a Creeping Lamium, Spotted Deadnettle,
Zone 3 to 8.
Full to partial shade, mint family, groundcover.
Mature height is 4 to 8 inches, dense mounding and trailing foliage. Spreads by underground stolons, plus stem nodes may root and develop into new plants. Evergreen in mild regions and herbaceous in cooler zones.
Nearly all-silver leaves with narrow, blue-green margins are a backdrop for the pure white, hooded flowers which are produced from mid spring to early summer. This variety is particularly dense and low.
Grows best in moist, well-drained organic soils. Fairly tolerant of heavy clay soils and dry shade once established. Trim or mow back in late winter to stimulate new growth. In spring or early fall, divide clumps and transplant new plants (stem nodes that have rooted).
Tough, low maintenance, sometimes invasive, showy perennial groundcover will brighten up any shady spot and smother any weeds.
Use in containers, as ground cover or bed edging plant. Effective for any shade or woodland garden planting.