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I have several young plants for sale or swap, they are slow growing the first couple of years but soon you will be able to make as many divisions as you want. Spreads around the plant but is easy to control, not invasive. Beautiful tiny flowers in the spring and the lovely, completely black berries in the autumn stays on the bush through the winter until next spring’s flowering. Completely hardy and all year interest since being evergreen.
Ophiopogon planiscapus ‘Nigrescens’ (Black mondo). These plants are fairly frost hardy, they will tolerate sun or partial-shade in moist well drained soil.
These plants are fairly frost hardy, they will tolerate sun or partial-shade in moist, well-drained soil. They are propagated by division of clumps in spring, or from seed in the autumn.
Border, edging, naturaliser, ground cover
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