Lycopus uniflorus (Northern Bugleweed)

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Lycopus uniflorus (Northern Bugleweed)

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Northern bugleweed is a relative to mint and can be a bit weedy but is great for small pollinating insects and for erosion control in wetlands. The leaves emerge and often persist with a deep burgundy color and resemble those of a coleus. Later in the summer they may become a deep green. Flowers are small and white and are attractive to small bees. Blooming occurs July through September. Preference is for wet muddy soils and full sun. Height to 2-3 feet. Produces small underground tubers which can be eaten. A good pollinator plant for wetlands. Zone 3-9. WV ecotype.

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