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A new form of the deservedly popular 'Black Grass', with very narrow black leaves making a slowly spreading clump. The leaves are held more upright than O. planiscapus 'Nigrescens', giving it a tidier, neater appearance. Ideal for the front of a sunny or partly shaded border, on a rockery or would look great in a shallow container with other plants or by itself.
Ophiopogon ‘Hosoba Kokuryu’. This is a dwarf form of Ophiopogon with narrower leaves, which are evergreen and black. Flower are white and are followed by black berries. Slow-growing.
Plant in a sheltered, sunny position.
Good for containers, border edging and underplanting shrubs. Grown for unusual foliage colour.
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