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Lamium ‘Orchid Frost Grande’

Lamium = ‘Orchid Frost Grande’

Brand New for 2021.

From the same stable as Lamium maculatum ‘Orchid Frost’  comes Lamium ‘Orchid Frost Grande’.  The supersized big brother of Orchid Frost.  Elegant silver foliage with dark bottle green base color tones are a lovely backdrop for the delicate, orchid-pink flowers which are produced profusely in mid-spring and sporadically throughout the summer.

The distinctive, two-toned effect of the leaves simply glows in the shade. This cultivar also appears to be much more resistant to foliar diseases than other varieties and is also deer resistant.

Lamium is evergreen in mild regions and herbaceous in cooler zones. In both areas, it will benefit from a shearing in the spring to stimulate healthy, new growth.

Lamium makes an excellent, weed-smothering groundcover, ideal for dry shade. The striking foliage adds contrast in mixed containers. It has a tidy habit that is ideal for 4″ pots, combination planters, and mass landscape plantings

Description / Plant Notes:

  • USDA Zone 4 (-30°F or -34°C)
  • Re-blooming, colorful orchid pink blooms
  • Exhibits good resistance to foliage leaf spots
  • Easy Care, great garden performance
PK Sheet
USDA Zone: 4 - 9
Height: 6 to 8-inches
15 to 20-centimeters
Spread: 12 to 18-inches
30 to 46-centimeters
Seasons: Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn
Flower Colors: Shell-Pink
Foliage Colors: Grey-green
Light Levels: Full-Sun, Partial-Sun, Semi-Shade
Growth Habit: compact spreading groundcover
Usage: Container Gardens, Containers, Garden border, Hanging Baskets, Mass landscape planting, Pots
Patent Status: Rights Asserted

Grower Culture

General:
 
Media: Well-draining media
 
Crop Timing from Rooted Liners:
 
4-inch: 4 to 6-weeks with 1 ppp
1-gallon: 6 to 8-weeks with 1 ppp