Plant Family / Pachysandra - Japanese Spurges
Perfect for partly shaded or full shade areas, Pachysandra terminalis (Japanese spurge) is a very popular evergreen ground cover which spreads via underground runners to form a dense carpet of rich foliage. Native to Japan and parts of Asia, Japanese spurges are exceptionally performant in deep shade or underneath mature shade trees where grass doesn't grow. Low maintenance, they are deer resistant.
Noted for its compact form and deeper green foliage, Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Carpet' (Japanese Spurge) is a shrubby, evergreen ground cover with glossy dark green, coarsely toothed, obovate leaves, 2-4 in. long (5-10 cm).
Noted for its extra-glossy, bright green leaves, award-winning Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Sheen' (Japanese Spurge) is a shrubby, evergreen ground cover with extraordinarily shiny, slightly curled, oval leaves
Adding a splash of color to shady areas of the garden, award-winning Pachysandra terminalis 'Silver Edge' or 'Variegata' (Japanese Spurge) is a very popular, shrubby, evergreen ground cover.
Japanese Spurge is a shrubby, evergreen ground cover which spreads via underground runners to form a dense carpet of rich, dark green foliage. Tiny white flower spikes appear in early spring, but the added value of this plant is its attractive foliage