3 pachysandra Eclectic Home Design Photos

Pachysandra terminalis
The New York Botanical Garden
Pachysandra terminalis Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
pachysandra for landscaping - shade plant
Using Pachysandra to cover large areas is probably its most common use. But Pachysandra cannot take the trampling of feet or a hard raking, so don't plant
Botanical name: Pachysandra terminalis and other varieties. This has
pachysandra terminalis - dr tol, part to full shade, 6 to 12 in tall, evergreen
Botanical name: Pachysandra terminalis and other varieties. This has been flagged as an aggressive spreader in some areas; check with your local nursery
plant to become invasive in an area beyond your garden.Common names: Pachysandra, Japanese spurgeUSDA zones: 5 to 8 (find your zone)Water requirement:
Howard Roberts
Liquidscapes
through this space. Liriope, Pygmy Barberry, Astilbe, Spirea, Boxwoods, Pachysandra and a specimen Kousa Dogwood flank the space.
Spirea, Boxwoods, Pachysandra and a specimen Kousa Dogwood flank the space.
Liriope, Pygmy Barberry, Astilbe, Spirea, Boxwoods, Pachysandra and a specimen
Gentlemen’s Country Estate
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
ground cover on the either side of the path leading from the house is Pachysandra, an evergreen perennial.
Pachysandra edging path
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