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Pachysandra procumbens

Common Name(s):
Allegheny spurge
Category:
Wildflowers
Comment:

Spreads by rhizomes

Season:
Spring
Height:
6-10 in.
Foliage:
2-4 in. bluish green, simple, alternate, ovate to rounded evergreen leaves; held in whorled cluster at tip of shoots; toothed above the middle; silver mottling in fall
Flower:
Spike of pink and white fragrant flowers
Site:
Prefers shade

NCCES plant id: 2674

Pachysandra procumbens Pachysandra procumbens flower and leaves
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Pachysandra procumbens Pachysandra procumbens bloom
Phillip Bouchard, CC BY-NC-ND - 2.0
Pachysandra procumbens Pachysandra procumbens
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Pachysandra procumbens Pachysandra procumbens
James Henderson, Golden Delight Honey, Bugwood.org, CC BY - 4.0