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Ajuga 'Party Colors?'

Posted by butterflylion 7bGA (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 23, 11 at 19:32

According to this source 'Party Colors' is a sport of 'Burgundy Glow' and performs very well under hot conditions.

Does anyone grow it? How do you like it? Where can I find some starter plants?

Here is a link that might be useful: Ajuga 'Party Colors'

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RE: Ajuga 'Party Colors?'

Bluestone Perennials lists many plants. I did not check if they carry the one you want.
Since Ajuga is so vigorous, and able to set seed, you may find that a good part of your plants are different, in a few years, from the selected form you planted. My wife brought me one burgundy plant, from a plant sale, somewhere. I limit Ajuga to selected areas, as it had plans to take over the entire planet, and have not seen a burgundy plant for 10 years, among the many generations that I tolerate or pull out.

RE: Ajuga 'Party Colors?'

I found 'Party Colors' locally and have it planted at the front of a border in part shade. It is doing beautifully & seems very vigorous.

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