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Pachysandra terminalis (Japanese Spurge)


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Japanese Spurge is the most widely planted evergreen groundcover. Plants form an attractive low patch of shiny dark-green leaves, bearing clusters of white flowers in spring. Excellent under trees and in nearly any other shady site. Tolerates poor soil, but slow to establish and spread. Space closely, at 10 to 40 plants per square yard in order for plants to fill in reasonably quickly.

 USDA Zones: 3-9

Sun Exposure 
  Partial Shade or
  Full Shade

Soil Type 
  Normal or
  Sandy or

Soil pH 
  Neutral or
  Alkaline or

Soil Moisture 
  Average or
  Dry or

Care Level 

Flower Colour 

Blooming Time 
  Mid Spring  
  Late Spring 

Foliage Color 
  Deep Green 

Plant Uses & Characteristics 
  Deer Resistant  
  Drought Tolerant  
  Ground Cover  

Flower Head Size 

   15-20 cm  
   6-8 inches

   15-30 cm  
   6-12 inches

Foot Traffic 

Growth Rate 

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