A selection of articles related to glechoma.
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- Ground Ivy: Correspondences
- Nepeta glechoma Folk Names: Alehoof, Cat's Foot, Gill-Go-Over-The-Ground, Haymaids, Hedgemaids, Lizzy-Run-Up-The-Hedge, Robin-Run-In-The-Hedge, Tunhoof Gender: Planet: Element: Deity: Power: Divination...
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Suggested News Resources
- Time in a Garden: A linguistic look at gardening
- Take the weed Glechoma hederacea, for example, a member of the mint family Lamiaceae. It is commonly known as creeping charlie, but depending on where you garden, it also answers to ground-ivy, gill-over-the-ground, alehoof, tunhoof, catsfoot, field ...
- Early fall is prime time to tackle lawn improvement
- Make sure creeping Charlie, ground ivy or the plant's Latin name, glechoma hederacea, is listed on the herbicide label as a targeted plant.
- How to control or get rid of ground ivy
- Several readers have asked for advice on getting rid of Creeping Charlie. This annoying weed is also known as ground ivy, Creeping Jenny, Ground-Over-the-Gill and probably a few more that I've forgotten.
- Best drought resistant plants
- Classic foliage trailers include gold Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea' and silvery Glechoma hederacea. Both will plunge down to 1.5m and do well in shade.
- Weed of the Month: Creeping Charlie
- Creeping Charlie is bitter and horses generally do not graze it unless it is the only forage available. Photo: Kaldari/Wikimedia Commons. Common name: Creeping Charlie, ground ivy.
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