Pachysandra


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Pachysandra

(păk'ĭsăn`drə): see boxbox,
common name for the Buxaceae, a family of trees and shrubs with leathery evergreen leaves, native to the tropics and subtropics of the Old World and to Central America.
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Heucheras are wellbehaved ground covers - they don't invade but gently Pachysandra increase their girth.
Tom suggests rubus tricolor, cotoneaster conspicuus, lonicera japonica, vinca major and pachysandra terminalis.
The palace purple variety (pictured) has purple foliage with a pinkish underside that will also bring out the best in evergreen shrubs with light green leaves, such as ground-hugging Pachysandra.
Pachysandra procumbens and Sal ix humilis were documented during this study, but had not previously been reported from Bullock County.
I barely made it out through the kitchen door, and I threw up into the woodchips and pachysandra.
Among plants you might try here are Hosta x tardiana, 'Halcyon'; lady fern; leatherwood fern; Pachysandra terminalis; and Hedera helix, 'Wilson's ivy.
Just lawn, with a few widely spaced trees, low branches trimmed, pachysandra around the roots.
Sometimes they let me join them for baseball, but I was relegated to the outfield--in the pachysandra miles off, it seemed to me, waiting to show them I could interrupt the homer that almost never sailed my way.
A girl in an American flag-patterned leotard and white sneakers stepped through the pachysandra and bleeding hearts, a gold medal slung around her neck.
In woodland areas of the property, we continue to try to curb the invasion of Japanese pachysandra and vinca, which have spread from former gardens into the woods, crowding out native populations of plants.
The unmanaged woodland is surrounded by residential gardens and, as a consequence, has become a sanctuary for escaped horticultural plants as well as accidentally-introduced plants; the most pervasive of which are Pachysandra and English Ivy.
They tend to avoid tall fescue, periwinkle, myrtle, pachysandra, English ivy, hosta or plantain lily, euonymus, and ground junipers.