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here are many joints on a mature rhizome. Root pieces taken in early spring, while the plants are still dormant, will produce new plants ready for planting the same season. Pachysandra is a very fast growing plant and will look good in a garden or natural area.  This plant can grow to be around eleven inches tall and around eighteen inches wide.  It also loves well drained soil

Pachysandra

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Botanical Name:
Pachysandra Procumbens
Hardiness Zone:
1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9
Mature Height:
6-12 ft
Mature Width:
12-18 in
Growth Per Year:
6-12 ft
Light Requirement:
Full Sun , Partial Sun , Full Shade
Soil Requirement:
Moist
Description:
Pachysandra procumbens Hardy Planting Zones- 5-9 Sun or Shade – Partial to Full Shade Mature Height - 6-12" Mature Width- 1-2' Bloom Season – Spring (March-April) Gardener Status- Beginner
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Pachysandra procumbens


The leaves are a dark green and streaked with light green. Female flowers grow from the base of the flower spike; they are inconspicuous; enclosed in four reddish bracts. Male flowers grow at the top of the flower spike with 4 - 7 white, fragrant stamens and no petals or sepals. Fruits are round capsules, about 1 cm long, with 2 - 4 pointed beaks that are rarely visible. Pachysandra is found primarily in South Eastern United States from West Virginia and Kentucky south to Florida, and west to Louisiana. Its natural habitat is moist hardwood forests in soils rich in calcium even though it can grow in drier soils and a range of soil PH the ideal soil for planting pachysandra is wet, loose and enriched with organic matter. The flowers blossom in early spring and wither in about one or two weeks. The leaves remain green throughout summer as long as they are not exposed to fierce sunlight. Pachysandra procumbens, however, spread slowly; cutting up the rhizomes and planting them will make Pachysandra is a very easy plant to propagate. You can take leaf cuttings in the early spring, but root divisions are quicker and more accessible. There are many joints on a mature rhizome. Root pieces taken in early spring, while the plants are still dormant, will produce new plants ready for planting the same season. Pachysandra is a very fast growing plant and will look good in a garden or natural area. This plant can grow to be around eleven inches tall and around eighteen inches wide. It also loves well-drained soil

 
 

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