Ajuga reptans


Bugle, also known as Ajuga reptans, is a low-growing, creeping plant native to Europe and Asia. It is often found in woodlands and forests. The plant has dark green leaves that are arranged in a rosette pattern, and in the spring and summer, it produces small, blue or purple flowers. The stems of the plant are typically covered in fine hairs.

Bugle grows to a height of about 6 inches and spreads quickly, making it a good choice for ground cover. It prefers partial shade and moist, well-drained soil, and it is winter hardy in most climates.

The leaves and stems of bugle are edible, and they can be used in salads or as a garnish. They can also be dried and stored for later use. In addition to its culinary uses, bugle has been used medicinally as a diuretic and astringent.

Bugle is a good plant for attracting wildlife to the garden, as it provides nectar for bees and other pollinators. It is also a good source of cover for small animals.


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