Irish wildflowers

Variegated Yellow Archangel, Lamiastrum galeobdolon subsp argentatum
Photos: roadside Co.Cork

Variegated Yellow Archangel / Garden Yellow-archangel
Lamiastrum galeobdolon subsp. argentatum
Family: Lamiaceae

Flowering spring to early summer. Perennial. Introduced. Garden escape.

Two-lipped yellow flowers with darker spots in leafy whorls. Evergreen
toothed leaves, mid-green with silver markings. Square stems, erect and
creeping. Produces many rooting runners. Wide spreading, can be very invasive.

Grows on a variety of soils, and is sometimes naturalised on roadsides,
edges of woodland or where garden waste has been dumped.
Invasive garden escape or discard.


Variegated Yellow Archangel. Co.Cork. April 2008

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