Pachysandra procumbens
Allegheny Spurge

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DESCRIPTION
Allegheny Spurge
Pachysandra procumbens

Bluish green leaves are slightly mottled and are held on upright stems that slowly spread on rhizomes to form sizeable colonies. Pinkish-white, fragrant flowers cover stem tops on 2 to 4" spikes in mid April attracting a host of early nectar seekers. Thrives in shade and provides great cover. Allegheny Spurge is a slow spreader that willcolonize over time. Forms dense mats of coverage, without holes or bare spots. Once established, it tolerates not only drought but heavy clay soils.

BENEFITS
Low-growing perennial groundcover, spreads nicely
Fragrant white blossoms early spring
Leaves and stems are evergreen
Foliage has scalloped margin and are marbled with silver and purple
Native species,not to be confused with the invasive Pachysandra terminalis
NATIVE INFO

Native Range

Wooded areas from Pennsylvania west Indiana and south to the Gulf of Mexico.

Interesting Facts

You  can provid high quality cover by mimicking natural plant communities.  Using layers of plants from tall to small will allow your yard to teem with activity.

GROWING TIPS

Best grown in acidic, organically rich, medium moisture, well-drained soils in part shade to full shade. Plants thrive in sun dappled shade under large trees.

Mature Size: 6-8in. Wide x 6-8in. Tall

Hardiness Zone: 4-9

Sun Exposure: Part Shade to Full Shade

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