Re: [SCA-Herbalist] Mystery plant-----Lamium purpureum
- At 06:43 AM 4/3/00 -0700, you wrote:
>That looks pretty much like what I have - will go out in the daylight and
>>Most common ones to be running into lawns are ground ivy
>>(Glechoma > hederacea), Self-heal (Prunella vulgaris) and
>>Red> Deadnettle (Lamium > purpureum)> Pat in OR
>Yep it's the Lamium purpureum in my yard, here's an addy
>with a pic:
bring a cutting in to compare.
I'm gonna look up the other possibilities folks have suggested too.
Thanks to all for the information. :-)
> >Yep it's the Lamium purpureum in my yard, here's an addyARGHHHHH!!! I finally looked at the picture and it is, in fact, the same
> >with a pic:
stuff I spent part of last night trying to get the heck out of my lawn.
(I'm no big lawn fan, but this stuff is really invasive, and the less of
it I have in my yard to propagate the happier I am.)
Anybody know whether you can use Purple Dead Nettle in the same way that
you would use Dead Nettle? Then at least I could find something useful to
do with it.
Jadwiga Zajaczkowa, mka Jennifer Heise jenne@...
disclaimer: i speak for no-one and no-one speaks for me.
I suffer occasional delusions of competency.