(Also known as: Mountain Spurge)
Stout spikes of white blooms in plump heads, winter and spring. Flowers make a sparkling white carpet in late winter and early spring, like snowflakes across the ground, and scent the cold air. Pachysandra procumbens ALLEGHENY SPURGE produces a thick carpet of toothed leaves excellent for under trees and shrubs.
Easy to grow & care for
Once new growth shoots mature, the previous season’s growth disappears. Pachysandra procumbens ALLEGHENY SPURGE is very easy to enjoy without the need to prune or shape as well as not requiring any feed, just a moist but well drained spot in the Shade. Additionally they are Frost hardy and can tolerate some dry shade conditions once established.
Growing: Pachysandra procumbens
– Height with flowers: 20cm approx.
– Width: 40cm approx.
– Position: Partial Shade as well as Deep Shade.
– Soil: Will tolerate a range of soil conditions but must be well drained.
– Fragrance: Scented Flowers
– Frost: Hardy
– Growth: Perennial
– Attracts: Bees as well as all types of beneficial pollinators.
– Care: Easy to grow and very little maintenance required.
– Deer & Rabbit resistant: Left alone by nibbling pests because they find the growth unpalatable.
– Origin: Native to woodlands from North Carolina and Kentucky South to Florida and Texas.