Where to get Pachysandra

uvatexnFebruary 20, 2006

I'm looking to plant a bunch of Pachsandra around the foundation of our home. When I was younger my parents would simply cut it from my grandparent's yard and replant it. Can you buy pachysandra at the store, or is there some place to find out where to take cuttings of it? Any help is appreciated.

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Most garden centers in my area carry a full selection of groundcovers in season and I should imagine those in your area would also. You might want to investigate local area plant sales and swaps as well. And there is always neighbors who are growing the plant who might be willing to share cuttings or a few divisions.

    Bookmark   February 21, 2006 at 9:08AM
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Please--take some of mine! lol. I have Japanese spurge.

    Bookmark   March 15, 2006 at 2:45PM
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