Exposure
Part sun
Shade
Soil Moisture Needs
Average
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Spring
Bloom Color
White
Attributes
Ground Cover
East Coast Native
Fragrant
Water Requirements
Adapts well to dry or moist conditions

Pachysandra procumbens

Allegheny spurge

This clump-forming, semi-evergreen perennial has long prostrate stems and pewter-green foliage with fragrant bottlebrush-like white flowers. Native of the eastern U.S.

Height:

6-12 Inches

Bloom Color:

White

Pachysandra (pack-i-san'-dra)

Family: Buxaceae · Common Name: Japanese Spurge

Whorls of leathery, slightly toothed leaves create low-growing, spreading plants. A natural for ground cover use under trees. Coloring of foliage will vary with planting site and amount of shade. Tiny, creamy-white flowers line the stems and resemble fuzz

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