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Pachysandra procumbens, commonly known as Allegheny spurge, is a low-growing, spreading perennial prized for its glossy, evergreen foliage and spikes of fragrant, white flowers that bloom in early spring, adding ground cover and interest to woodland gardens, shaded borders, or naturalized areas.

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Pachysandra procumbens

Common Name: Allegheny spurge

Type: Perennial

Family: Buxaceae

Native Range: North America

Zone: 5 to 9

Height: 6 to 12 inches

Spread: 12 to 18 inches

Bloom Time: March to April

Bloom Description: White

Sun: Part shade to full shade

Water: Medium to wet

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Ground cover, border, woodland garden

Attracts: Bees, butterflies

Tolerate: Deer

Pachysandra Procumbens

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Allegheny Spurge features tiny spikes of lightly-scented white flowers rising above the foliage in mid spring. Its serrated pointy leaves remain dark green in color throughout the year.

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