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7. Tenacity

This ground cover seems unassuming only at first glance. The unusual, dark, sometimes even purple-ink color of the tenacious leaves and somewhat sloppy curtains reveal their beauty gradually, only in the correct presentation.

The tenacious is the best background partner for the inhabitants of rocky gardens. Other decorative deciduous crops and the usual greenery of flowering plants look beautiful next to the tenacious.

Hairy tenacious
Hairy tenacious

Ayuga, or tenaciousness, is one of the best decorative deciduous ground covers, which does not lose its attractiveness for decades, is easy to grow and winter hardy.

A winning location for a survivor on an alpine slide:

A zipper is suitable for a foot or flat areas.

Conditions for growing tenacious:

The tenacious adapts easily to any lighting from sun to shade, as well as to any soil (even the driest), but it grows most beautifully on loams and at least with light soil nutrition.

Required care for the tenacious:

  • watering in drought;
  • applying organic or mineral fertilizers in the spring;
  • removing wilting buds or preventing flowering to improve the appearance of the leaves.
Tenacious creeping 'Atropurpurea'
Tenacious creeping 'Atropurpurea'

The best kind of survivor:

creeping tenacious, spreading rosettes of leaves with luxurious dark, variegated purple and chocolate colors and its various varieties - variegated "Variegata" and "Multicolor", chocolate "Chocolate Chip", decorated with pink spots "Burgundy Glow", red-brown "Variegata Rubra ".

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