Tennessee Smart Yards Native Plants

A comprehensive database of Tennessee native plants

Allegheny Spurge

Allegheny Spurge

Pachysandra procumbens

Light to medium shade, medium moisture level, humus rich soil essential, neutral pH.  4-9 inches height, blooms in spring, white flowers, spreads by rhizomes.

Germination Code:  L.  Difficult from seed.  Division is easiest but stem cuttings form new roots slowly and rot easily.

Native Region:  Middle and East Tennessee

Excellent, well-behaved groundcover with fragrant flowers.  However, it spreads slowly and needs to be divided to create a groundcover; otherwise best treated as a specimen plant. Leaves are marbled silver and purple.  Can be evergreen if placed where it is protected from north winds.

flower;shade/sun;medium;loam
flower;shade;medium;loam

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