- Low Maintenance Weed Block
- Works Beneath Pines
- Versatile & Self Sustaining
- Hardy Shade Groundcover
Japanese Spurge ‘Green Carpet’, Pachysandra terminalis ‘Green Carpet’, is an old-time ground cover plant that doesn’t grow too tall but is high with versatile uses.
This evergreen is self-sustaining and always looks well. It is ideal for partly shaded or full shade areas. Once established, a Pachysandra planting will eliminate grass cutting and weeding.
Your lawn work stops were this plant starts. ‘Green Carpet’ is the only satisfactory plant that will grow as a groundcover under Pine trees.
This plant is used extensively under large spreading trees, back of buildings or in other situations too shady for grass to grow. Pachysandra will transform otherwise bare and ugly ground areas into attractive year-round cover.
It is also very effective as a border plant along paths or driveway edgings. It can be used as a lawn substitute in shaded non-traffic areas. Plant 6 inches apart to obtain quick cover.