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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On the swings she stared at the pachysandra and bleeding hearts, the place where the Olympian always emerged, told me that she was saving herself for marriage, that I should do the same.
Eventually, the light bulb goes on--the English Ivy and Pachysandra may be influencing the plant community.
a symphony of shaped yew, box balls, pinus mugo and carpets of pachysandra with leafy ferns to bed them in.
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Pachysandra or Vinca are suitable, but it could also be Epimedium, Ferns, Hosta, Daylilies or Astible.
I also like pachysandra, which has interesting foliage and flowers.
Expert tip:Combines well with pachysandra, especially in problem areas, such as under trees, on slopes where grass is difficult to grow, or on a A blanket cold, north side of a building.
Pachysandra of the Buxaceae shows similarities to G.
Ground covers (all perennial) Carpet Bugle (Ajuga reptans) Kennickinnick (Arctostaphylos uni-ursa) Irish moss (Arenaria verna) Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis) Blue fescue (Fastuva ovina glauca) Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) Salal (Gaultheria shallon) Lydia broom (Genista lydia) Pachysandra (Pachysandra terminalis) -- Shaded areas only.
Plant or transplant ground covers, including pachysandra and dwarf periwinkle (Vinca minor).
pachysandra, periwinkle, Hosta, plumy bleeding heart, bearberry, barren strawberry, goutweed (careful that it and Lamium are prevented from covering the entire property).
He says low-growing geraniums pachysandra and vinca minor are all pretty trouble-free and would grow easily under large shrubs.