Pachysandra is a favorite type of plant that grows across the top of the ground. It can grow over challenging to reach areas like under trees, or in shady areas that have inadequate quality soil. Unlike other plants, this one does not mind competing for its nutrients, and they require very little sustenance to grow. Pachysandra requires very little care for it to look and develop at its best. New plants can be tied back for years to promote luscious bushes. Eventually, this plant will produce beautiful white blossoms that are aesthetically pleasing.
These plants need to be kept free of weeds for them to grow correctly, and the young ones need to be closely watched during dry weather until they become thoroughly grounded. As soon as the young plants become established, then they will be able to handle extended periods of drought but need to be kept moist until they are matured.
Pachysandra Procumbens are flowering perennial plants.
These very low maintenance plants grow best in partial to full shade, making them great for wooded areas. These evergreen subshrubs only reach about 30cm in height which makes them a great ground cover. Hardiness Zones 4-9. Pachysandra plant is a member of the boxwood family and a popular evergreen perennial. The plant is commonly used as a ground cover in landscape designs because it thrives in shaded areas of your yard. This shade plant is native across parts of Asia and North America and will grow well as long as it is planted in a shaded area. The leaves are sturdy and strong and have almost a leathery feel to them. One of the most commonly used and attractive types of this plant is Japanese spurge. These popular shade plants are resistant to deer. Another plant of this genus is Variegata. Variegata has small unisex flowers that are variegated green and a creamy white. The blooms are an attractive addition to a garden, and blossom during late spring and early summer. The Green Sheen species gets its name from its leaves. They are so glossy they look to have a greenish sheen.These types of shade plants grow well in almost any quality of the soil. They especially popular because Pachysandra require little attention from a caretaker.
ReviewsGlenna HerrenbruckI wanted to fill in a bare area under a tree in my neighborhood, so I ordered 50 pachysandra plants. I quickly received the bare root plants sans leaves. They were firm and healthy looking. Unfortunately, the project was delayed for weeks-even a couple of months, and I was concerned about their survival. After a week or so, I stashed them in the refrigerator. When I was finally able to plant them, they were still viable and sprouted at a very high rate! I lost almost none. Of course, we ended up needing more, so I ordered a hundred, and this batch came with leaves. The project was delayed again for a couple of weeks, so I stashed the plants in the refrigerator again. Again they did just fine. I'm still amazed. I am so impressed with the hardiness of the plants I receive from Native Plants! I recommend them often and have become a strong advocate for the economy and high success rate of planting as bare root!
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