Aegopodium

(Bishop's Weed, Goutweed, Groundelder) These plants are commonly known as Bishop's Weed, Goutweed, or Groundelder. They are creeping perennials, usually grown as a ground cover, growing from 4 to 6 inches high. A. podagraria variegatum has aromatic leaves, which are divided into 3 to 9 oval, pointed, serrated leaflets. They are grayish-green uneven...
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Aegopodium

The most well-known member is the Aegopodium podagraria, the ground elder also known as snow-on-the-mountain, Bishop`s weed, goutweed, native to Europe and Asia. It is variegated green and white that sometimes reverts to solid green within a patch. Small, white, five-petal flowers are held about three feet high, above the leaves, in flat topped c....
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