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Ophiopogon

Includes the ever popular "black grass" and other useful groundcover types for shade. Many also have pretty white, lilac or pink flowers and green or blue berries.

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Ophiopogon bodinieri B&L12505

Ophiopogon bodinieri B&L12505£3.50

Congested hummocks of very long, narrow strap-like leaves of a dark green. Spikes of small mauve flowers are followed by purplish berries. 25cm. Sun or shade, not dry.

 

Ophiopogon japonicus£4.00

Low growing clumps. slowly spreading, of grass-like green leaves to 15cm. Light mauve flowers followed by blue berries if you are lucky! Often used as groundcover in Japanese style gardens. Good soil in shade.


Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'

Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'£4.00

The classic “black grass”. Ideal for tubs and containers as well as edging borders etc. Strappy black foliage and short spikes of mauve flowers followed by black, pearl-like, berries. Decent soil in shade or part shade.


Ophiopogon planiscapus f. leucanthus

Ophiopogon planiscapus f. leucanthus£4.00

Rarely seen green leafed form of the famous "black grass" with beautiful milky white flowers in mid to late summer. Good evergreen groundcover, even in quite dry shade.


Ophiopogon wallichianus

Ophiopogon wallichianus£3.50

Very long dark green leaves and spikes of rich mauve flowers in early summer on this unusual species. Forms a spidery mat in time. Average to good soil in shade. 20cm.

 

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