What is Lamium maculatum
Lamium maculatum (scientific name: Lamium maculatum) is native to Europe and is a cold-resistant and toxic perennial of the genus Odorico. It is widely distributed in temperate areas. The plant height is about 15 cm. In the spring, many annular plaques of lip shape are blooming, extending annular dispersal inflorescence from the tip of flower stem. Flower color has reddish purple · peach · white. We use it for a half day shadow ground cover and container. In the same flower there are Odorikoso (Odorikozo) and Hotokenoza (Buddha's seat) in Japan It is also used for foliage plants because the leaves are beautiful. Beacon Silver (Beacon Silver) is a gardening variety containing leaves with a silvery white spot pattern and is weak in heat. Cannon's Gold is a dead-net gardening variety with a golden mottled pattern on its leaves.
Common name: Lamium maculatum, Scientific name: Lamium maculatum, aka: spotted dead-nettle, purple dragon, Place of Origin: Europe, distribution: Europe, North Africa, temperate Asia, plant length: 15 cm, leaf order: virgin, leaf shape: egg shape, leaf margin: dull saw tooth, leaf color: silver white spot (beacon Silver), golden spot Flowering color: red purple · peach · white, flower shape: lip shape, corolla: 2 cm, calyx: 5 sheets, breeding: buds inserted.