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Bruce Wiechert Custom Homes Inc, to Schrand Brian D & Elizabeth L; $248,755; 3750 Pachysandra Pl.
You get the evergreen of vinca and pachysandra but in spring the bulbs pop through.
Tom suggests rubus tricolor, cotoneaster conspicuus, lonicera japonica, vinca major and pachysandra terminalis.
A girl in an American flag-patterned leotard and white sneakers stepped through the pachysandra and bleeding hearts, a gold medal slung around her neck.
Pachysandra terminalis is a worthy ground cover evergreen that will carpet the ground , producing spikes of white flowers in spring.
The unmanaged woodland is surrounded by residential gardens and, as a consequence, has become a sanctuary for escaped horticultural plants as well as accidentally-introduced plants; the most pervasive of which are Pachysandra and English Ivy.
So when you discover panhandlers sacked out in front of your home, squatting with the Sunday crossword puzzle in your pachysandra, give a big "attaboy" to Greig Smith, Dennis Zine, Wendy Gruel, Tom LaBonge, et al.
About three years ago my husband built up a 10-15 foot circular, soil-filled base planted with pachysandra, hostas, and bulbs that ranges from ground level to about 2 feet deep as the tree is on a slope.
Low-growing geraniums, pachysandra and vinca minor are all pretty trouble free and would grow easily under large shrubs, he says.
Choose varieties that suppress the weeds, the ground coverers such as the vincas and the pachysandra.
Typical vegetation was "creeping ground cover, like a Pachysandra without any leaves," he says, "just branching sticks.
Pachysandra works well in shady spots, and some junipers that grow only about six inches tall and spread across the ground are good for sunny locations.
According to Drea, the scale can also infect 30 other types of ornamental plants including pachysandra, hibiscus, and camellia.
Some of the best include such evergreen ground covers as pachysandra, ivy, myrtle, and Christmas ferns.