Teucrium chamaedrys (Wall Germander)
Teucrium chamaedrys, or Wall Germander, is a sub-shrub, sometimes referred to as "Poor Man's Box," as a substitute for the more expensive boxwood, and it was also used medicinally for treating gout and gastric distress. This European native has glossy, deep green leaves and pink flowers in summer. After flowering, you can give it a good pruning to keep in tidy or for making your own knot garden. Wall Germander grows from 6-12 inches in full sun and well-drained soil. Not only is it pretty to look at, but it's a bee and butterfly magnet, to boot. Zones 5-9. Quarts.