Well behaved, clump forming shade and dry shade tolerant perennial.
10" tall x 10-14" wide, dense clumps of silvery-green leaves and pale yellow flowers in early to mid spring.
Dappled shade, half shade to full shade, average soil with average moisture. Clay tolerant. Average moisture is the best (medium), or medium-moist to medium-dry. Established plants tolerate droughts and dry shade.
Hardy in zones 4 to 8. Humidity and heat tolerant.
This cultivar doesn't spread as it's parent, the species (Lamium galeobdolon, Lamiastrum galeobdolon, Lamium luteum), so it is safe plant to use.
Deer and rabbits avoid it, since the leaves are a bit aromatic.
Best in half shade to shade gardens, woodland garden, drier or dry shade spots. Good companions are shorter/smaller shade lovers like Asarum, Actaea pachypoda, Aruncus aeathusolius (and hybrids), Astilbe chinensis 'Pumila' or other cultivars, Epimedium, Gallium odoratum, some Geraniums, Helleborus, Hosta, Iris cristata, Lathyrus vernus, Phlox divaricata, Phlox stolonifera, Polygonatum, Primula veris, Primula acaulis, Pulmonaria, Scutellaria serrata, Scutellaria ovata, Stylophorum, Tricyrtis, Uvularia and ferns.
Goes well with Narcissus and native spring ephemerals like Claytonia, Dodecatheon, Hepatica, Mertensia, Jeffersonia, Sanguinaria, Trillium and others.
From grasses choose Carex, Hakonechloa, Luzula.
Pot size : square 3.5" x 5" deep pot
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