FEATHERED FRIENDS™ ‘Fancy Finch’ Ajuga

(2 customer reviews)
  • Tri-color Foliage,
  • Ground Cover,
  • Blue Blooms

FEATHERED FRIENDS™ ‘Fancy Finch’ Ajuga

(2 customer reviews)
  • Tri-color Foliage,
  • Ground Cover,
  • Blue Blooms

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(Bugleweed) FEATHERED FRIENDS™ ‘Fancy Finch’ Ajuga is the industry’s first orange tri-colored small-leaved variety. The striking foliage of this evergreen ground cover provides excellent texture and glowing color to shady areas and sets off the cobalt blue blooms that appear in spring. The foliage will be orange with more sun exposure and will be shades of orange, yellow and lime-green in the shade. ‘Fancy Finch’ Ajuga grows 4-6″ high and will spread 9-18″ wide and is best grown in part to full shade in moist, well-drained soil. Use as a border or ground cover plant in the shade garden. ‘Fancy Finch’ compliments other shade plants such as Brunnera, Heuchera, Hosta and Pulmonaria. The FEATHERED FRIENDS™ collection of Ajuga offer never before seen colors, consistent vigor and hardiness in zones 4-9.

FEATHERED FRIENDS™ ‘Fancy Finch’ Ajuga PPAF
Common Name: Bugleweed
Plant Type: Perennial
Hardiness Zone: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9What is my zone?
Max Height: 4 – 6 Inches
Max Spread: 9 – 18 Inches
Exposure: Part Shade (4-6 hrs.), Full Shade (0-4 hrs.)
Critter Resistance: Deer
Flower Color: Blue Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Moderate
Attributes: Evergreen
Design Use: Border, Ground Cover
Growth Habit: Ground Cover
Season of Interest (Foliage): Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

2 reviews for FEATHERED FRIENDS™ ‘Fancy Finch’ Ajuga

  1. Barb

    I orded these to add to my ground cover. I received pots full of plants with a good root system. The deer leave them alone and they provide winter interest. I really like these!

  2. tiffany

    I bought a quart pot towards the end of the season and what came was basically a gallon! This ajuga is so beautiful. I was able to divide it into four (!) very healthy sized clumps and plant them in a shady area of the “tropical” section of my Seattle garden. They provide a lovely accent to canna lilies, variegated fatshedera, astelia, maidenhair ferns, flowering maple vine and chilean guava. It brightens up that shady corner where I only had chartreuse baby tears (Soleirolia Soleirolii Aurea) as a groundcover before and provides some wonderful texture and height interest.

    Heartily recommend both this plant and Garden Crossings!

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