Japanese Ophiopogon Japonicus, Snakes Beard
Ophiopogon Japonicus, Ja-no-Hige in Japanese, noted for its attractive evergreen foliage, Ophiopogon Japonicus is a desirable Mondo Grass forming dense tufts of arching, strap-shaped, grass-like, dark green leaves. Racemes of small, lilac flowers emerge amid the leaves in summer before giving way to blue berry-like fruits.
Reminiscent of Liriope, this popular evergreen grass is tough, durable, very compact and perfect for adding texture to the garden. Native to China, Japan, and Korea, it is a traditional groundcover used in Japanese gardens. Often applied between stepping stones and in the border.
• Origin: Japan
• Age: Unknown
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