Teucrium ackermannii will
slowly spread to 18" wide and stays 3-4" tall. This germander is a good plant for large containers and rock gardens. I try to
plant Teucrium ackermannii in well drained soils or at least on a
slope and at a minimum I give plants a drying out period before I water again. I have not had any problems with cold, even in landscapes
that have temperatures that dip into the teens. Teucrium ackermannii
will bloom most heavily in the spring, sporadically in the Summer and has a nice rebloom in the
Fall. The foliage has a strong pleasant aroma when pinched.
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