Meehania spreads to form a small patch in just a few years. Its petite size makes meehania perfect for a rock garden, between stone pavers, growing over a wall, or as the spiller feature in a mixed container.
Meehania cordata 'Roby Rose'
Item #: 17508
Zones: 5a to 7b, probably colder
Height: 5" tall
Culture: Part Sun to Light Shade
Origin: United States
Pot Size: 3.5" pot (24 fl. oz/0.7 L)
Regular price $21.00Regular priceUnit price per
More Information About Meehania
Meehania is a small genus of just 7 species in the mint family (Lamiaceae). Of the seven, only one, Meehania cordata, is native to the US. Meehania is a great substitute for ajuga or lamium. It is small in stature and covered in purple scutellaria-like flowers in spring or summer.
Meehania spreads modestly via stolons to form a small patch in just a few years. Its petite size makes it perfect as a rock garden plant, between stone pavers, growing over a wall, or as the spiller feature in a mixed container. Most species prefer part to light shade and slightly moist but well-drained soil.