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Pachysandra Terminalis is available in 2 sizes:
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Select Pachysandra Terminalis as your evergreen groundcover. Japanese Spurge or Pachysandra Terminalis is an excellent choice for ground cover plants as shade loving evergreen plants! Try Pachysandra Terminalis along shady walks, in enclosed courtyards, and on steep terraces in either partial sun or shade. You will find this Pachysandra is hardy, easy to grow and low maintenance.
Pachysandra is low and compact, retaining its dense beauty even in adverse conditions. It forms a solid mat of glossy foliage 6 - 8 inches high. Plant 12 inches apart in deeply prepared soil enriched with compost. Close planting protects the roots. Keep watered until established.
Plant spacing: Plant 12 inches apart, 100 plants covers a 100 square foot area.
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