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Pachysandra terminalis



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Pachysandra terminalis
Japanese pachysandra

Appearing as if whorled at the end of stems, the evergreen leaves are obovate to oblanceolate, 2-4" long and highly glossy. The leaves have a cuneate-attenuate base and are coarsely dentate above the middle. The close proximity of adjacent stems makes for a dense canopy of leaves.

 
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