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Pachysandra terminalis -Jumbo Landscape Plugs
  • Pachysandra-by the flat-32/tray
  • Pachysandra has a neat,tidy look in the landscape
  • Pachysandra stays evergeen all season long
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Pachysandra terminalis -Jumbo Landscape Plugs

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  • Pachysandra - Landscape Plugs - 32/tray
  • Compact selection with dark, shiner leaves
  • Handsome, dependable and foolproof ground cover
  • Competes with tree roots
  • Vigorous and dependable shade plant
  • Grows 8" high x 18" wide
  • For a quick fill space 4-6" apart
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Pachysandra terminalis -Jumbo Landscape Plugs Description

Pachysandra Green Carpet, or Japanese Spurge is a vigorous spreading evergreen ground cover that displays exceptional performance in shade.

Green Carpet's glossy leaves remain a forest green. It's compact, dense habit is an improvement over the more commonly sold Pachysandra terminalis.

Pachysandra seldom encounters pest or disease problems, and once it fills in the landscape is virtually maintenance-free

This shade perennial will grow to be about 8 inches tall with a spread of 18". Its foliage will remain low and dense to the ground, which will help smother weeds.

In the shade garden, use Pachysandra as an under planting to trees, near walkways. Try inter planting Green Carpet between

For a Quick Fill Space 4-6" apart

Special Features: Deer Resistant, Disease Resistant, Easy Care, Evergreen, Fast Growing, Foliage Interest, Multi-Seasonal Interest, Pest Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Winter Interest

Ground Cover Spacing Chart
Spacing 1 flat of 32 covers:
6" 8 sq feet
8" 14 sq ft
10" 22 sq Ft
12" 32 sq Ft

 

Quick Facts

  • Botanical Name:
    Pachysandra 'Green Carpet'
  • Common Name:
    Pachysandra, Spurge
  • Zone:
    4,5,6,7,8,9
  • Sun Exposure:
    Part Shade, Shade
  • Delivery:
    See Schedule
  • Ship Form:
    1 Quart
  • Soil Type:
    Normal
  • Soil Moisture:
    Average,
  • Height x Width:
    8" x 18"
  • Flower Color:
    White
  • Foliage Color:
    Green
  • Bloom Season:
    Spring
  • Uses:
    Alpine and rock, Container Gardening, Edging, Erosion Control or Embankment, Ground Cover, Massing, Naturalizing, Rain Garden, Rock Garden, Slopes, Small Spaces, Under Planting
  • Cannot Ship to:
    AK, CAN, HI, PR
  • Patent #: None

Ideas and How-to's

SUGGESTED PRODUCTS

PLANTING GUIDE

Soil: Prefers moist, well-drained, but tolerates a wide range of soils, even poor and sandy/dry if regularly watered during times of drought.
Light: Sun tolerant in cool northern zones. In hot summer areas, plant in dappled to deep shade.
Water: Best with regular water - weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Tolerates dry shade once plants are established.
Spacing: 12 to 18 inches apart, which is what most gardeners do. In two to three years, the Pachysandra will completely cover the planting bed. Plant 4-6" apart, and by the end of the first year, the bed will be completely covered.
Fertilizing: Very adaptable, and can survive in any well-drained soil. Mulch in between the plants when first planting. This is important to not only retain water, but to also keep the weeds out. After Pachysandra fill in the area, you will not need to mulch any more.
Winterizing: Add at least 4 inches of loose organic mulch, such as leaf compost in November to winterize your plants.. For greater protection from frost, freezes and snow, completely cover the foliage in 5 to 6 inches of loose leaves.
Maintenance & Pruning: Stems root into the ground readily, and the new plants that form may be easily moved to a new location in spring or early fall. Mowing the patch low after blooming every couple of years will help to keep it thick, and weed resistant.

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