Pachysandra procumbens

Buxaceae

 

Habitat: woods

 

Soil: any good garden soil

 

Height: 20 cm

 

Flowering: early spring

 

Width: 50 cm

           


           

This is a ground-cover plant from woods in the south-east United States, where it is known as the Allegheny spurge. It makes clumps of broad, matt blue-green leaves mottled with purple and white leaves, toothed at the outer end. It has dense spikes of tiny, fragrant, greenish white to white flowers bloom in terminal spikes before the new leaves arrive.
Q5L-1
1 litre pot £6.00