This grower is sure of this plant identification.
Yes, I know, it’s exactly the same plant as the dreaded ground elder but variegated. Probably the most attractive variegated plant in the garden with lovely flat topped umbellifer flowers in summer. It is invasive, so plant with care (but less so than its common relative!) Great in dry spots where nothing else will thrive.
Variegated Bishop's weed
Aegopodium podagraria ‘Variegata’ (Variegated Bishop's weed). Variegated form of Bishop's weed. A ground-covering perennial consisting of ternate or bi-ternate, toothed, deep green leaves, 10-20 cm long, which are margined and splashed with creamy white. It also has flat umbels of tiny cream-white flowers in early summer.
Ground cover, cutting bed, edging. Grown more for foliage interest than for the flowers.
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