A plant genus of the family LAMIACEAE that contains cyasterone, ajugasterone, 20-hydroxyecdysone, 8-acetylharpagide (an iridoid glycoside).

Cloning, functional expression, and characterization of the raffinose oligosaccharide chain elongation enzyme, galactan:galactan galactosyltransferase, from common bugle leaves. (1/9)

Galactan:galactan galactosyltransferase (GGT) is a unique enzyme of the raffinose family oligosaccharide (RFO) biosynthetic pathway. It catalyzes the chain elongation of RFOs without using galactinol (alpha-galactosyl-myoinositol) by simply transferring a terminal alpha-galactosyl residue from one RFO molecule to another one. Here, we report the cloning and functional expression of a cDNA encoding GGT from leaves of the common bugle (Ajuga reptans), a winter-hardy long-chain RFO-storing Lamiaceae. The cDNA comprises an open reading frame of 1215 bp. Expression in tobacco (Nicotiana plumbaginifolia) protoplasts resulted in a functional recombinant protein, which showed GGT activity like the previously described purified, native GGT enzyme. At the amino acid level, GGT shows high homologies (>60%) to acid plant alpha-galactosidases of the family 27 of glycosylhydrolases. It is clearly distinct from the family 36 of glycosylhydrolases, which harbor galactinol-dependent raffinose and stachyose synthases as well as alkaline alpha-galactosidases. Physiological studies on the role of GGT confirmed that GGT plays a key role in RFO chain elongation and carbon storage. When excised leaves were exposed to chilling temperatures, levels of GGT transcripts, enzyme activities, and long-chain RFO concentrations increased concomitantly. On a whole-plant level, chilling temperatures induced GGT expression mainly in the roots and fully developed leaves, both known RFO storage organs of the common bugle, indicating an adaptation of the metabolism from active growth to transient storage in the cold.  (+info)

Neoclerodane diterpenoids from Ajuga taiwanensis. (2/9)

Phytochemical investigation of Ajuga taiwanensis resulted in the isolation of seven neoclerodane diterpenes, four of which ajugalide-A (1), -B (2), -C (3), and -D (4), are new and the remaining three are known diterpenes, ajugamacrin B (5), ajugapantin A (6), and ajugamarin C1 (7). Their structures were elucidated in spectral and chemical transformation studies.  (+info)

A new phytoecdysteroid from Ajuga taiwanensis. (3/9)

A new phytoecdysteroid, namely ajugalide-E (1), together with twenty five known compounds were isolated from Ajuga taiwanensis collected from Tainan, Taiwan. Their structures were determined by spectral analysis including high resolution one- and two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy.  (+info)

The C-terminal sequence from common bugle leaf galactan:galactan galactosyltransferase is a non-sequence-specific vacuolar sorting determinant. (4/9)

The Ajuga reptans L. galactan:galactan galactosyltransferase (ArGGT) is a vacuolar enzyme that synthesizes long-chain raffinose family oligosaccharides (RFOs), the major storage carbohydrates of this plant. ArGGT is structurally and functionally related to acid plant alpha-galactosidases (alpha-Gals) of the glycosylhydrolase family 27, present in the apoplast or the vacuole. Sequence comparison of acid alpha-Gals with ArGGT revealed that they all contain an N-terminal signal sequence and a highly similar core sequence. Additionally, ArGGT and some acid alpha-Gals contain C-terminal extensions with low sequence similarities to each other. Here, we show that the C-terminal pentapeptide, SLQMS, is a non-sequence-specific vacuolar sorting determinant. Analogously, we demonstrate that the C-terminal extensions of selected acid alpha-Gals from Arabidopsis, barley, and rice, are also non-sequence-specific vacuolar sorting determinants, suggesting the presence of at least one vacuolar form of acid alpha-Gal in every plant species.  (+info)

Beneficial effects of Ajuga decumbens on osteoporosis and arthritis. (5/9)

Extract of the whole plant, Ajuga decumbens (KE) has long been used in China as a medication for the relief of joint pain. Previously, we proved that KE up-regulated the synthesis of collagen in false aged model rats. In this paper we examined the effects of KE on nitric oxide (NO) production, expression of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS), osteoblast and osteoclast activity. We also investigated whether KE had any anti-osteoporosis or anti-arthritic activity by using ovariectmized mice and adjuvant induced arthritic rats. KE exhibited down-regulation of differentiation into osteoclast and up-regulation of mineralization in osteoblast-like MC3T3-E1 cells in a concentration-dependent manner. NO synthesized by iNOS plays important roles in inflammatory disease and imbalance between bone resorption and bone formation caused by estrogen depletion. KE inhibited expression of iNOS which caused concentration dependent inhibition of NO production. Furthermore, KE prevented brittle bones in ovariectomized mice and swelling of the left hind ankle in adjuvant induced arthritic rats. Therefore, KE improved the balance of bone resorption and bone formation, showing anti-inflammatory effects. Consequently, KE is beneficial for sufferers of bone and joint disease.  (+info)

Antiplasmodial activity of Ajuga bracteosa against Plasmodium berghei infected BALB/c mice. (6/9)

BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES: The present work was undertaken to evaluate antiplasmodial activity of ethanolic leaves extract of traditional medicinal plant Ajuga bracteosa in Plasmodium berghei infected BALB/c mice along with its phytochemical screening and acute toxicity test to support its traditional use as a remedy for malaria. METHODS: Plant extract (ethanolic) 250, 500, 750 mg/kg/day was evaluated in the early and established infection along with repository activity in P. berghei infected BALB/c mice through suppressive, curative and preventive test. The phytochemical screening was carried out by employing standard procedures. The acute toxicity was checked through limit test. RESULTS: The ethanolic leaves extract of A. bracteosa (250, 500 and 750 mg/kg/day) demonstrated a dose-dependent chemosuppression during early and in established infections, along with significant (P<0.05) repository activity. At a concentration of 750 mg/kg/day maximum 77.7 per cent chemosuppression during early infection and 68.8 per cent chemosuppression in repository activity were found. This dose enhanced significant mean survival period up to 27.4 +/- 0.46 days in established infection. ELEAB was found to be safe up to 5 g/kg weight when administrated orally in the female BALB/c mice, which is upper limit for oral administration of the test material to rodents. ED(50) of ELEAB was 300 mg/kg body weight of mice. INTERPRETATION & CONCLUSION: ELEAB inhibited parasitaemia and enhanced mean survival time in a dose- dependent manner upto 750 mg/kg/day dose in treated mice. Further studies need to be done to isolate and characterize active constituents of extract and to study their mechanism of action.  (+info)

Dietary effects of four phytoecdysteroids on growth and development of the Indian meal moth, Plodia interpunctella. (7/9)

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Four new iridoid glucosides from Ajuga reptans. (8/9)

Four new iridoid glucosides were isolated from the whole plant of Ajuga reptans L. (Labiatae) along with four known iridoid glucosides, one known diterpenoid glycoside, one known aliphatic alcohol glycoside, and three known ecdysteroids. Their chemical structures were determined on the basis of spectroscopic data and chemical evidence. The diterpenoid glycoside exhibited 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical and H(2)O(2) scavenging activities.  (+info)

I apologize for any confusion, but "Ajuga" is not a medical term. It is actually the name of a genus of plants in the mint family, also known as bugleweed. These plants have been used in traditional medicine to treat various conditions such as anxiety, sleep disorders, and skin irritations. However, it's important to note that the use of herbal remedies should always be discussed with a healthcare provider beforehand, as they can interact with other medications or have unintended side effects.

Species accepted within Ajuga include: Ajuga arabica P.H.Davis - Saudi Arabia Ajuga australis R.Br. - Australia Ajuga bombycina ... Turkey, Iran Ajuga xylorrhiza Kit Tan - Turkey Ajuga yesoensis Maxim. ex Franch. & Sav. - Japan Ajuga zakhoensis Rech.f. - Iraq ... China Ajuga lobata D.Don - China, Nepal, Bhutan, Assam, Myanmar Ajuga lupulina Maxim. - China, Nepal, Bhutan, Assam Ajuga ... Albania, Yugoslavia Ajuga postii Briq. - Turkey Ajuga pygmaea A.Gray - China, Japan, Taiwan, Ryukyu Islands Ajuga pyramidalis L ...
... , commonly known as pyramidal bugle, is a flowering plant of the genus Ajuga in the family Lamiaceae. It is a ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ajuga pyramidalis. Wikispecies has information related to Ajuga pyramidalis. BSBI List ... In the Alps, it grows at altitudes of up to 2,700 m (8,858 ft). The pyramid bugle, like many Ajuga species, is often ... "Pyramidal Bugle: Ajuga pyramidalis". NatureGate. Retrieved 2013-12-29. Parnell, J. and Curtis, T. 2012. Webb's An Irish Flora. ...
... is a herbaceous flowering plant native to the Himalayan mountain ranges. This species is found in sub-tropical ... "Ajuga lupulina Maxim". The Plant List. 2013. Retrieved 20 August 2018. "Flora of China". 1994. Retrieved 20 August 2018. ... Ajuga, Flora of Asia, Flora of China, Flora of Nepal, Groundcovers, Taxa named by Karl Maximovich, All stub articles, Lamiaceae ...
"Ajuga orientalis (Oriental bugle)". Retrieved 15 September 2018. "Flora of Israel Online". Retrieved 15 September 2018. "Ajuga ... This species, alongside most other Ajuga, claim to have medicinal effects, being used in traditional Turkish medicine. "Ajuga ... Ajuga orientalis, also known as Oriental bugle and Eastern bugle, is a herbaceous flowering plant native to the Eastern ... Media related to Ajuga orientalis at Wikimedia Commons (Articles with short description, Short description is different from ...
Subspecies include Ajuga iva subsp. iva and Ajuga iva subsp. pseudoiva. "Ajuga iva (L.) Schreb. - Encyclopedia of Life". eol. ... "MaltaWildPlants Ajuga iva subsp iva". Malta Wild Plants. Mifsud, Stephen (2002-08-23). "Ajuga iva subsp. pseudoiva (Yellow ... Ajuga iva, the southern bugle, is a species of perennial herb in the family Lamiaceae. They have a self-supporting growth form ... Ajuga, Flora of Malta, All stub articles, Lamiaceae stubs). ...
... is a herbaceous flowering plant native to central Saudi Arabia. It was first described in 1980. ... plantsoftheworldonline.org - Ajuga arabica, retrieved 16 November 2020 v t e (Articles with short description, Short ... description matches Wikidata, Articles with 'species' microformats, Ajuga, Garden plants of Asia, Groundcovers, All stub ...
"Ajuga bombycina", World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, retrieved 2018-01-13 "Ajuga bombycina ... Ajuga bombycina is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae, native to the east Aegean Islands and south-west and ... Ajuga, Flora of the East Aegean Islands, Flora of Turkey, Plants described in 1879, Taxa named by Pierre Edmond Boissier, All ...
... Plants For A Future: Ajuga reptans USDA Plants Profile: Ajuga reptans Plants For A Future - Ajuga reptans L ( ... Cambridge University Press ISBN 0-521-04656-4 Plants For A Future - Ajuga reptans L "Ajuga reptans AGM". Royal Horticultural ... Ajuga reptans is a sprawling perennial herb with erect flowering stems and grows to a height of about 10 to 35 cm (4 to 14 in ... Ajuga reptans is a dense spreading groundcover with dark green leaves with purple highlights. The leaves grow 5-8 cm (2.0-3.1 ...
"Ajuga decumbens PFAF Database". Plants for a Future. Retrieved 27 August 2018. "Medicinal use of Ajuga decumbens". ... Ajuga decumbens is a herbaceous flowering plant native to China, Japan and Korea. It is commonly found in lightly forested ... "Ajuga decumbens Thunb". The Plant List. 2013. Retrieved 27 August 2018. "Flora of China". e.Floras.org. Retrieved 27 August ... Media related to Ajuga decumbens at Wikimedia Commons (Articles with short description, Short description is different from ...
"Ajuga turkestanica (Regel) Briq". The Plant List. 2013. Retrieved 4 September 2021. "Ajuga Turkestanica". dermatology.mhmedical ... Ajuga turkestanica is a herbaceous flowering plant native to Central Asia. It was first described in 1894. A. turkestanica is a ... 2014). "Ajuga turkestanica increases Notch and Wnt signaling in aged skeletal muscle". European Review for Medical and ... "Medicinal Weed: Ajuga, aka Bugleweed". newlifeonahomestead.com. 23 April 2014. Retrieved 4 September 2021. Howard M (1987). ...
... is a herbaceous flowering plant native to northern Iraq. It was first described in 1982. ... plantsoftheworldonline.org - Ajuga zakhoensis, retrieved 16 November 2020 v t e (Articles with short description, Short ... description matches Wikidata, Articles with 'species' microformats, Ajuga, Garden plants of Asia, Groundcovers, Flora of Iraq, ...
... is a species of flowering plant of the family Lamiaceae. Popularly known as yellow bugle, chian bugle or ... Ajuga chamaepitys is a small herbaceous perennial that reaches 10-40 cm in height. The leaves have an opposite arrangement. Its ... Ajuga chamaepitys has stimulant, diuretic and emmenagogue action and is considered by herbalists to form a good remedy for gout ... It was composed of the leaves of Ajuga camaepitys, which has a slightly turpentine-like smell and a rough taste, with ...
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ajuga genevensis. Ajuga genevensis in the USDA database (Articles with short description ... Tomanová, 179 "Ajuga genevensis L." Plants of the World Online. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 2019-07-10. Rhoads, Ann ... A. genevensis is a less common relative of Ajuga reptans, the Common bugle, though it is common for the two plants to ... "Ajuga genevensis L. (Blue Bugle)". BioImages. Archived from the original on 2008-09-05. Retrieved 2008-07-30. Hodgeson, Larry ( ...
"Ajuga australis". Plant Guide. Australian Native Plants Society (Australia). "Ajuga australis" at the Encyclopedia of Life (CS1 ... Ajuga australis grows on clay soils that are medium to high in nutrients, either on Wianamatta Shale, basalt, or alluvial ... Ajuga australis, commonly known as Austral bugle, is a herbaceous flowering plant native to Eastern Australia. First described ... "Ajuga australis R.Br". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian ...
... is a herbaceous flowering plant native to Greece, North Macedonia and Albania. It was first described in 1896. ... "Ajuga piskoi Degen & Bald., 1896 - GBIF". GBIF. 2019. Retrieved 4 September 2021. Dimitrios Foit, Theophanis Konstantinidis & G ... Ajuga, Flora of Southeastern Europe, Groundcovers, All stub articles, Lamiaceae stubs). ...
leaf flower "Ajuga japonica Miq". The Plant List. 2013. Retrieved 19 August 2018. "Ajuga japonica". Treasures of Mt. Takao. ... Ajuga japonica is a herbaceous flowering plant native to Japan. The species grows as a groundcover on the forest floor, usually ... Ajuga, Flora of Asia, Flora of Japan, Garden plants of Asia, Groundcovers, Taxa named by Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Plants ...
... is a herbaceous flowering plant native to the Bonin Islands of Japan. It was first described in 1888. Ajuga ... earth.com- Ajuga boninsimae, retrieved 16 November 2020 www7a.biglobe.ne.jp - Ajuga boninsimae, retrieved 16 November 2020 v t ... e (Articles with short description, Short description matches Wikidata, Articles with 'species' microformats, Ajuga, Garden ...
"Ajuga iva subsp. iva". MaltaWildPlants.com. Retrieved 2022-01-04. Mifsud, Stephen. "Ajuga iva subsp. pseudoiva". ...
"Home - Ajuga School". ajuga-s.schools.nsw.gov.au. "CAMPBELL HOUSE SCHOOL". schoolchoice.com.au. Archived from the original on 1 ... Ajuga School - a school for students with a complex trauma history and/or autism spectrum disorder, K - 12 Campbell House ...
Ajuga australis R.Br. Ajuga sinuata R.Br. Alloteropsis semialata (R.Br.) Hitchc. Alpinia caerulea (R.Br.) Benth. Alstonia ...
"Ajuga Record By Race Type". Racing Post. Retrieved 24 November 2013. "Roupala Record By Race Type". Racing Post. 2 June 2011. ... Ajuga (chestnut filly, 1985, by The Minstrel), won one race, dam of Prolix (Dee Stakes), Bad Bertrich Again (EuropaChampionat ...
indigenous Genus Ajuga: Ajuga ophrydis Burch. ex Benth. indigenous Genus Ballota: Ballota africana (L.) Benth. indigenous Genus ...
Ecdysterone Guibout L, Mamadalieva N, Balducci C, Girault JP, Lafont R (2015). "The minor ecdysteroids from Ajuga turkestanica ... Turkesterone is a phytoecdysteroid found in numerous plant species, including Ajuga turkestanica, various Vitex species, ...
Tribe Ajugeae Acrymia Prain Ajuga L. Cymaria Benth. Garrettia H. R. Fletcher Holocheila All others Aegiphila Jacq. Amasonia L.f ...
rare) Ajuga pyramidalis L. - (declining) Hyssopus cretaceus Dubjan. - (rare) Thymus cimicinus Blum ex Ledeb. - (rare) Thymus ...
Egy új Ajuga fajról: (Ajugæ species nova [A. piskoi].) (1896) Wulfenia Baldaccii: Egy új Wulfenia faj a Balcan-félszigetről ( ...
It contains five genera: Acrymia Prain, Ajuga L., Cymaria Benth., Garrettia H. R. Fletcher, and Holocheila (Kudô) S. Chow. ...
The larvae feed on Ajuga reptans and also on Ajuga pyramidalis. "Endothenia ustulana (Haworth, 1811)". www.gbif.org. Retrieved ...
Other names for Anisomeles malabarica are Nepeta malabarica L., Ajuga fruticosa Roxb., Craniotome mauritianum (Pers.) Bojer, ...
Various plant species serve as (exchangeable) nectar sources, e.g. Ajuga reptans, Glechoma hederacea, Salvia pratensis, Salvia ...
Species accepted within Ajuga include: Ajuga arabica P.H.Davis - Saudi Arabia Ajuga australis R.Br. - Australia Ajuga bombycina ... Turkey, Iran Ajuga xylorrhiza Kit Tan - Turkey Ajuga yesoensis Maxim. ex Franch. & Sav. - Japan Ajuga zakhoensis Rech.f. - Iraq ... China Ajuga lobata D.Don - China, Nepal, Bhutan, Assam, Myanmar Ajuga lupulina Maxim. - China, Nepal, Bhutan, Assam Ajuga ... Albania, Yugoslavia Ajuga postii Briq. - Turkey Ajuga pygmaea A.Gray - China, Japan, Taiwan, Ryukyu Islands Ajuga pyramidalis L ...
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Lovely tri-colour foliage -- light green, cream and pink. Slower than the other varieties and not really suited for a large area. Blue flowers in spring. Best in a no traffic area.
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BASIONYM: Ajuga reptans Linnaeus 1753.. Ajuga alpina Ajuga alpina Fries, Novit. Fl. Suec. Mant. 3: 54. 1843, non Linnaeus 1767 ... Ajuga genevensis Ajuga Gènevensis Withering, Arr. Brit. Pl., ed. 3. 3: 516. 1796, non Linnaeus 1753.. ... Ajuga barrelieri Ajuga barrelieri Tenore, Fl. Napol. 5: pl. 420(2). 1835-1836.. TYPE: ITALY:. ... Ajuga densiflora Ajuga densiflora Tenore, Fl. Napol. 5: pl. 239(2). 1835-1836.. TYPE: ITALY:. ...
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Ajuga chamaepitys subsp. rechingeri (Bilik) P.H.Davis. *Ajuga chamaepitys subsp. suffrutescens (Willk.) Pott.-Alap. ex Greuter ... Ajuga chamaepitys (L.) Schreb.. First published in Pl. Verticill. Unilab. Gen. Sp.: xxiv (1773) ...
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  • It has a tight, cushion-like habit, compared to Ajuga reptans, and will fill in large difficult areas under trees and around shrubs or areas of erosion on banks and slopes, but it's also good for small areas or containers. (parkseed.com)
  • Ajuga reptans is native to Europe, northern Africa, and southwestern Asia. (americanmeadows.com)
  • Ajuga, Bugle, or Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) - 01 ) Ajuga is most often found growing along roadsides and in fields, and is often used as a ground cover in domestic gardens. (all-creatures.org)
  • Ajuga, Bugle, or Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) - 01a ) The tubular shape of the one-half inch long flower of the ajuga, which is somewhat bugle shaped, has led to the common name of this flower. (all-creatures.org)
  • Ajuga, Bugle, or Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) - 02 ) This ajuga was growing up through the stone along the side of the road. (all-creatures.org)
  • Ajuga, Bugle, or Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) - 03 ) In this photo of the ajuga, we can see that the upper leaves are somewhat darker and glossier than those in the previous photo. (all-creatures.org)
  • Ajuga, Bugle, or Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) - 03a ) In this side view of an ajuga flower, we can see more of the bugle shape. (all-creatures.org)
  • Ajuga, Bugle, or Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) - 04 ) This is a bee's eye view of one of the ajuga flowers. (all-creatures.org)
  • Ajuga reptans L. (usf.edu)
  • BASIONYM: Ajuga reptans Linnaeus 1753. (usf.edu)
  • Ajuga genevensis is a very well behaved, evergreen groundcover, it has a slower spread compared with its cousin, the better known Ajuga reptans. (seedaholic.com)
  • Ajuga reptans (commonly called Bugleweed) is noted for her striking range of foliage, colors, and textures. (classygroundcovers.com)
  • Ajuga reptans 'Braunherz' is a low growing perennial which produces gorgeous rounded purple foliage. (hardysplants.co.uk)
  • Ajuga /əˈdʒuːɡə/, also known as bugleweed, ground pine, carpet bugle, or just bugle, is a genus of flowering plants in the Ajugeae tribe of the mint family Lamiaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Genus: Ajuga L." Taxonomy for Plants. (wikipedia.org)
  • The genus Ajuga contains clump-forming annuals and perennials, commonly called bugleweed, grown for their showy semievergreen to evergreen foliage and pollinator-friendly flower spikes. (waysidegardens.com)
  • Ajuga is a genus of rhizomatous, flowering plants that typically grow 4 to 8 inches tall. (waysidegardens.com)
  • Burgundy Glow' Ajuga is a vibrant, spreading groundcover with multi-colored foliage and purple-blue flowers. (americanmeadows.com)
  • If you are looking for magnificent contrasting colors, Burgundy Glow is the perfect variegated Ajuga for you. (classygroundcovers.com)
  • Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow' is a useful ground cover with short 6 inch spikes of blue flowers in late spring, and mounds of leaves dappled in green, pink and cream. (morningsunherbfarm.com)
  • During the wintertime, Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow' develops rich bronze and burgundy tones. (morningsunherbfarm.com)
  • Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow' will do best in a shaded area but will adapt to morning sun. (morningsunherbfarm.com)
  • Ajuga burgundy glow is also known as bugle, there are many selections and used widely as groundcovers for shady gardens. (benaranurseries.com)
  • Ajuga Burgundy Glow will grow to a height of 15cm and a width of 45cm. (benaranurseries.com)
  • Ajuga or Bugle are a native of Europe, and a member of the Mint family (Lamiaceae). (all-creatures.org)
  • There are around 40 to 50 species of Ajuga, in the mint family (Lamiaceae). (seedaholic.com)
  • New South Wales Ajuga spectabilis Nakai - Korean bugle - Korea Ajuga taiwanensis Nakai ex Murata - Taiwan, Ryukyu Islands, Philippines Ajuga tenorii C.Presl in J.S.Presl & C.B.Presl - Italy Ajuga turkestanica (Regel) Briq. (wikipedia.org)
  • Ajuga Feathered Friends™ 'Parrot Paradise' (Carpet Bugle) is a vigorous evergreen perennial prized for its stunning tri-color leaves, which quickly form a dense carpet of attractive rosettes. (gardenia.net)
  • Not sure which Ajuga (Bugle) to pick? (gardenia.net)
  • Encyclopædia Britannica Online, retrieved February 04, 2010 "Ajuga L." Plants of the World Online. (wikipedia.org)
  • Shop our selection of Ajuga plants below. (bluestoneperennials.com)
  • Ajuga plants grow into a two-inch to four-inch-tall groundcover plant that flowers in mid-spring. (naturehills.com)
  • Ajuga plants tolerate a wide range of soil conditions as long as the soil is well-drained. (naturehills.com)
  • Ajuga ground cover plants do best in a lightly shaded area that is moist. (naturehills.com)
  • An impressive groundcover, Ajuga is masterful at filling in spaces where other plants struggle to grow - even under Black Walnut trees. (americanmeadows.com)
  • Divide Ajuga 'Black Scallop' plants if they become overcrowded. (txmg.org)
  • While Ajuga are responsive to plant growth regulators, you usually do not need them because the plants are not prone to stretch and get tall. (ncfarmsinc.com)
  • The plants are very similar, but Ajuga genevensis differs in its larger flowers, stouter habit and in its lack of runners. (seedaholic.com)
  • Thriving in shady areas where grass has difficulty growing, Ajuga plants are great for woodland gardens. (gardenia.net)
  • Since ajuga are very cold tolerant you can plant them a lot earlier in the year than more sensitive plants. (frostdate.com)
  • after flowering cut back ajuga to the groud to revive foliage.Also keep an eye out for "reversion" sometimes variegated plants like this can send out runners that are all green which will eventually take over, pull these out. (gardenality.com)
  • Unlike many perennials that are grown only for their flowers, Ajuga is prized for its attractive, colorful foliage that looks nice all year. (ilovehostas.net)
  • A. genevensis (Geneva carpet bugleweed) is more sun tolerant than most ajuga. (waysidegardens.com)
  • Ajuga genevensis is used as an ornamental plant in gardens throughout the world yet this relatively uncommon form is less well known and far harder to find. (seedaholic.com)
  • Native to the mountains of Europe, Ajuga genevensis prefers a moist, well drained soil in sun or partial shade. (seedaholic.com)
  • Ajuga genevensis is native to the mountains of Europe. (seedaholic.com)
  • Ajuga genevensis are found on the edges of dry woods, as well as in thickets and grasslands. (seedaholic.com)
  • An award winner and the first variegated ajuga on the market, Ajuga Princess Nadia is a unique perennial groundcover of kaleidoscopic cream-and-green small-leafed foliage, fuchsia overlaid new growth with olive green centers, and royal blue flower spikes that appear in abundance in late spring and again in late summer. (parkseed.com)
  • Fast-growing Ajuga is an excellent perennial groundcover that forms a dense carpet of foliage. (naturehills.com)
  • For most of the year Ajuga is a pleasant quiet achiever with crisp, crinkled foliage that hugs the ground like an evergreen carpet, but those weeks in spring when the blue flowers appear are simply quite magical. (seedaholic.com)
  • Superb at choking out weeds , Ajuga creates a mat of semi-evergreen to evergreen , foliage that remains attractive all year round. (classygroundcovers.com)
  • Speaking of foliage, keep in mind that the more direct sun Ajuga receives the more depth of color her foliage maintains. (classygroundcovers.com)
  • Fantastic tricolored foliage in shades of creamy-white, rose-burgundy, and dark green make this ajuga different than all the others. (ilovehostas.net)
  • A great plant for rock gardens and mixed container plantings, Ajuga hugs the soil and chokes out weeds with its dense foliage. (benaranurseries.com)
  • Whether newly planted or established, Ajuga only needs a layer of compost in the spring to support its production of showy foliage and delicate flowers. (plantaddicts.com)
  • Overfertilizing Ajuga can cause the foliage to turn yellow and appear burnt at its edges, so a soil test may be wise before amending poor soil. (plantaddicts.com)
  • A controlled creeper, spreading at a manageable rate, Ajuga Princess Nadia never becomes invasive and requires no maintenance. (parkseed.com)
  • Princess Nadia Ajuga is a great reblooming Ajuga that will give you color in early spring, and the a repeat show in summer! (soonerplantfarm.com)
  • Black Scallop' Ajuga is a fast-growing and attractive groundcover with burgundy-black leaves and spiky, violet-blue flowers. (americanmeadows.com)
  • Below are common attributes associated to Catlin's Giant Ajuga. (gardenality.com)
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  • Plant Catlin's Giant Ajuga in sites that provide shade or morning sun with afternoon shade and moist but well-drained, somewhat fertile soil. (gardenality.com)
  • If you do decide to plant Catlin's Giant Ajuga in mass as a groundcover, it might be necessary to do some site preparation. (gardenality.com)
  • Species accepted within Ajuga include: Ajuga arabica P.H.Davis - Saudi Arabia Ajuga australis R.Br. (wikipedia.org)
  • Species: Ajuga. (growsonyou.com)
  • You'll find an eye-catching selection of ajuga ground cover for sale right here at Nature Hills Nursery. (naturehills.com)
  • Ajuga can be planted in full sun, part sun, and full shade locations, and it tolerates a wide range of soils, although it can be susceptible to root rot in very wet sites. (americanmeadows.com)
  • Ajuga 'Black Scallop' is easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. (txmg.org)
  • To achieve the best results with Ajuga, use a well-drained soil in partial shade with light feed (150 ppm nitrogen). (ncfarmsinc.com)
  • May be used to cover small areas Evergreen in milder climates, Ajuga will grow in almost any type of soil condition, and in part to full shade. (benaranurseries.com)
  • Ajuga alpina Fries, Novit. (usf.edu)
  • Ajuga prefers moist, humusy soil but tolerates moderately dry soil. (montalegardens.com)
  • Ajuga prefers moist, well-draining soil with a slightly acidic pH. (plantaddicts.com)
  • Black Scallop' is a dramatic Ajuga, with glossy year-round leaves and stunning deep blue flowers. (americanmeadows.com)
  • We have also noticed that some ajuga plant leaves of more glossy. (all-creatures.org)
  • New Guinea Ajuga iva (L.) Schreb. (wikipedia.org)
  • naturalized in New Zealand, North America, and Venezuela Ajuga robusta Baker - Madagascar Ajuga salicifolia (L.) Schreb. (wikipedia.org)
  • Unless the soil is exceptionally nutrient deficient, Ajuga should not require fertilizer. (plantaddicts.com)
  • For poor soil, fertilize Ajuga with organic compost or a slow-release granular fertilizer in the spring. (plantaddicts.com)
  • Ajuga is predominately used to suppress weeds, to control erosion, and to add vibrant color to shady spots where grass won't grow. (waysidegardens.com)
  • Ajuga can be grown pot tight in 1801s or 4 inch pots . (ncfarmsinc.com)
  • The root system is quite extensive, making Ajuga an excellent product to use on slopes for erosion control. (naturehills.com)
  • Because Ajuga will grow in shady areas, she is a terrific option for spots where grasses often fail to thrive. (classygroundcovers.com)
  • One way of getting a good idea when it's possible to plant ajuga is to examine the USDA zone info for Zone 10a. (frostdate.com)
  • Ajuga provides interest in all four seasons because of its semi-evergreen nature and springtime flowers. (naturehills.com)
  • Whiteflies and possibly aphids are the biggest pest problems with Ajuga. (ncfarmsinc.com)
  • 106 Ajuga is located in, quite possibly, the most sought-after area of Old Lakeway. (eberlygroupaustin.com)
  • The best organic fertilizer for Ajuga is Happy Frog® Fruit & Flower, a 5-9-3 (N-P-K) slow-release, granular fertilizer. (plantaddicts.com)
  • Ajuga, also called Bugleweed, is deer and rabbit-resistant, and readily adapts to a variety of conditions. (americanmeadows.com)
  • The leaves and young shoots of Ajuga cultivars are edible (but a bit bitter) and add contrasting color to salads. (classygroundcovers.com)
  • Ajuga 'Black Scallop' is noted for its (1) dark maroon-purple leaves with scalloped margins, (2) fragrant dark violet flowers, and (3) compact but spreading habit. (txmg.org)
  • Ajuga (also known as Bugleweed) is a perennial landscape plant that has a tight mounding habit of about 6 to 8 inches tall. (ncfarmsinc.com)
  • If you wait any later than that and your ajuga may not have a chance to grow to maturity. (frostdate.com)
  • Starting your ajuga indoors is a great way to get them started a couple of weeks earlier. (frostdate.com)