Creeping Charlie | definition of creeping Charlie by Medical dictionary
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ground ivy Herbal medicine
(1) Gutu kola, see there.
(2) A low-lying perennial evergreen that contains vitamin C, it was used in colonial America for treating asthma, cough, fever, intestinal bloating, tuberculosis, ulcers and other conditions; it is less used by modern herbalists.
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Creeping Jenny Cat's foot Giraffe head Veronica Prostrate spurge
Stimulating vegetative growth in lawns during June, July and August will support the growth of warm temperature plants such as crabgrass, dandelion, creeping Charlie
Inexpensive Wandering Jews and Creeping Charlies
have been popular in the past, are easy care but tend to be short-lived.