100 heavily bare rooted Pachysandra terminalis (Japanese spurge) plants. Pachysandra terminalis, commonly referred to as Japanese Spurge, is a beautiful evergreen groundcover that thrives in partly shaded or full shade areas. Pachysandra spreads rapidly by underground stems to form a dense carpet of rich, dark green foliage. Pachysandra is the only satisfactory plant that will grow as a ground cover under Pine Trees. This plant is used extensively under shallow rooted trees, back of buildings or in other areas that are too shady for grass to grow. It is also attractive as a border plant along paths or driveway edgings.
Common Name: Japanese Spurge Hardiness Zone: 5 to 9 Height: 6 to 12 inches Spread: 1 to 1.5 feet Bloom Time: April Bloom Color: White Sun: Part shade to full shade Maintenance: Low Flowers: Small, white flowers 1-2” long Leaves: Evergreen
Uses: Groundcover, erosion control, border plant.
For most ground covers, we recommend you plant 6" to 9" spacing. This will allow the plants to grow together quickly, reducing the need for hand weeding. To determine how many plants you will need, using 6" spacing, multiply the number of square footage that you need to plant by 4.0. If you would like your plants to be spaced 9" apart, multiply the number of square footage by 1.8. Example: If you have a 100 square foot area to plant and you would like your plants to be planted 6" apart, you will need to calculate 100 x 4.0 = 400. 400 is the approximate number of plants needed.
Plants arrived in great condition & appeared freshly harvested. After planting, they have popped up & started growing. Bare root plants are much easier than dealing with individual potted plants & no waste. Vety happy with purchase & would definitely recommend!!
May 29, 2018 by SHARON KINKEL
Apr 21, 2018 by kvhemm
Plants arrived in fantastic packing and not a runt among them. Planted this last weekend and hoping they flourish in the spring!
Oct 3, 2017 by Erik Boese
Showed up quick and very healthy! Thank you! Will order from you guys again.