273 pachysandra Home Design Photos

Wandsnider Landscape Architects
Bluestone Front Entry
Mortared Bluestone walkway with cobble edging lining Pachysandra bed with pathlight.
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Reveal Design LLC
1 Review
Old Town Rear Landscape & Deck
underneath the deck. The landscape consists of two types of ground cover. The inner circle is a lower, purple-leafed, ajuga, and the outer edge is pachysandra. The fence and deck posts have climbing hydrangea planted underneath which will eventually grow to cover the vertical elements.
Planned Environment Associates
15 Reviews
Long Beach, Indiana Before and After
A thin strip of pachysandra is used to tie separate parts together
front porch. pachysandra
“ground cover” — Aspen Aspen
K&D Landscape Management
7 Reviews
Colonial Charm
brick entry that are in harmony with each other and in rhythm with the house. Astilbe, Hosta, and Rhododendron are featured with large beds of Pachysandra, creating a subtle, yet effective presentation.
“front porch” — daraa5813
Planned Environment Associates
15 Reviews
La Porte Indiana Wooded Site
A pachysandra bed separates the landing from the dry stream bed.
“pachy and ferns” — Jehanne Arslan - Fine Arts, Fine Gardens
Perfect Earth Landscape LLC
6 Reviews
Groundcover Solutions
No, it is Pachysandra… a groundcover plant that grows about 6" tall and fills in to create a carpet of green. Good for shady areas and filling in landscape beds… (areas where growing grass is difficult.) And it can be costly if you plant a couple thousand of them, 10" apart!
Hanselman Landscape and Gardens
Lancaster woodland home and garden
The ground cover above the lawn and below the Japanese Maple is Pachysandra terminalis, Japanese Spurge. Is that the plant in your question?
“Lawn” — takattak
Culliton Quinn Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Eastern Shore Plantation
Hi lani353, thanks for the question. The groundcover is pachysandra and the shrub is actually 'Nikko Blue' hydrangea. To get pink blooms, you need alkaline soil, so you might have to add lime to the root zone. Hope that helps!
“Ground cover” — lnelson63
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