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Meehania cordata: a great ground cover for the landscape

Abstract:

Meehania cordata (Nutt.) Britton (Lamiaceae) is an easily propagated member of the mint family. With its growth habit, heart shaped leaves, and spring flowers, Meehan's mint has potential as a ground cover, particularly in deep shade locations within the landscape.

Issue & Pages:

Spring 2000 Pages: 30-31

Article Download:

1-1NPJ30-31.pdf (PDF document)

Authors:

  • Barry Glick

Keywords:

creeping mint, trailing mint, Meehan's mint, cuttings, propagation

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