Name: Ajuga reptans
Names: Bugle, creeping bugle, carpenter's herb
Used: Leaves, herb
edicinally to treat bleeding from cuts and other wounds; popular ground cover among other herbs and for edging containers.
Short prostrate perennial, 6 in. Rosettes of coarse shining green leaves, and spires of blue, white or rose flowers in midsummer. Spreads freely by runners. Several cultivated forms including 'Atropurpurea', with metallic purple leaves, and ‘Variegata', cream and green, grows best in shade.
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