129 pachysandra Traditional Home Design Photos

Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Orono Estate
Ideabooks2,768
Questions2
provides personality to an otherwise pastoral place. Groundcovers of Pachysandra, Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape garden spaces
provides personality to an otherwise pastoral place. Groundcovers of Pachysandra, Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape garden spaces
Groundcovers of Pachysandra, Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape
“Goatsbeard?” — lyn1966
Loudoun County Landscape & Design
Swimming Pool & Patio Construction
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Land Plus Associates, Ltd
4 Reviews
Backyard Oasis
Ideabooks28,922
Questions4
Autumn ferns are surrounded by pachysandra ground cover
mondo grass and pachysandra
“Paved fence boarder” — serry
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks2,678
Questions0
Ferns AND Pachysandra
“balcony” — saileshsathish
Kastler Construction
27 Reviews
Grosse Pointe custom new build home
Ideabooks2,234
Questions3
Ivory home with pachysandra
“Color washed, and water ledges a touch LIGHTER????” — Lisa Pagel
The New York Botanical Garden
Great Design Plants
Ideabooks38
Questions0
Pachysandra terminalis Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
Pachysandra terminalis (common names Japanese pachysandra, Japanese spurge) is a species of flowering plant
Pachysandra is a member of the boxwood family; it's a coarser, wider-spreading, larger-leafed ground-covering cousin of English and American boxwood. By
“Pachysandra Terminalis” — abaughman
Houzz
Great Design Plants
Ideabooks14
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It's irresponsible to plant Pachysandra terminalis near streambeds or woodlands. Photo by Chad Nelson
University of Delaware, about the ethics of using Pachysandra terminalis. "In terms of how invasive Pachysandra is, I would consider it irresponsible to plant
“ground cover options” — llewisraney
Liquidscapes
17 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks901
Questions4
I like the simplicity of combining hosts, pachysandra and boxwood
Hmmm...Hosta, Japanese Grass then Pachysandra....less mulching could be good:)
love grasses with hostas, pachysandra
“I like the simplicity of combining hosts, pachysandra and boxwood” — margmullen
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks559
Questions0
pachysandra by large bushes
“graded hedging” — glad147
What evergreens would you plant in the pachysandra?
We are having some landscaping done to flank the steps. Looking for something that will look beautiful year round in the northeast. We want something...
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