This native of rich woods in the Southeast resembles Japanese pachysandra in its general form. The leaves of Alleghany pachysandra, however, are much broader and attractively mottled with white. The small, fragrant white flowers appear in early spring. Foliage will winter best, in cold regions, if the plants are situated in a somewhat protected location. An excellent native ground cover. Alleghany pachysandra is apparently not subject to the insect and disease problems which can sometimes damage plantings of Japanese pachysandra. ONE UNIT = FOUR PLANTS.
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