- Flower nameAjuga
- Scientific nameAjuga reptans
- Aliasセイヨウジュウニヒトエ, 西洋十二単
- Place of originEurope
- Place of floweringGarden, Park, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May
- Language of flowersStrong ties
What is Ajuga
Ajuga , scientific name: Ajuga reptans , is a flowering perennial herb of the family Lamiaceae. Spring blooms on spikes lips shaped purple-blue floret. Long creeping branches grow and multiply. With a rosette of leaves, and there are varieties of green and Red-purple spots on leaves. In alias, say youjuunichte, and scientific names from ajuga reptans (A. reptans) least known. Fall foliage turns reddish-purple variety is known as ajuga repens atropurpurea. Like flowers, the Department kilanso (A. decumbens).
Common name: Ajuga, scientific name:Ajuga reptans , aka: ajuga reptans, bugle, blue bugle, bugleherb, origin: Europe, grass height: 10-30 cm, varieties of leaves, leaf shape: oval, phyllotaxis : cross vs., leaf color: green and purplish-red, spot on, leaf edge: serrated with a Inflorescences form: spikes, floral without, Corolla lip shape, flower color: blue-violet, purple and white, flower diameter:1 to 2 cm, Place where flowers come out: axillary, flowering period: from April to May, applications: ground cover.