Ophiopogon japonicus 'Snow Globe'
Snow Globe Dwarf Striped Mondo Grass
Item #: 12977
Zones: 6a to 10b
Height: 2" tall
Way back in 2001, plantsman Darrell Probst shared this tiny variegated mondo grass that he picked up in Japan as "variegated mini". We've wanted to share for a long time, but this is one slow, non-economical plant. Finally, 16 years later, we have enough to offer. Ophiopogon 'Snow Globe', as we've christened it, forms tiny 2" tall x 2" wide rosettes of longitudinally green and white striped leaves. Our 16 year old clump is...or, was, before dividing it, 2' wide, knitting together to form a dense, ground-covering carpet. Ophiopogon 'Snow Globe' would be equally at home in a Japanese style shade garden or a bonsai container. If this is the kind of plant you like, don't hesitate or they'll be gone much faster than they grow.
Flower Color: White/Cream
Bloom Time: Summer
Container Role: Fillers
Other: Edimentals , Deer Resistant Plants , Drought Tolerant Plants , Dry Shade Plants , Groundcovers , Pollinator Plants , Medicinal Plants , Ornamental Seed or Fruit , Plant Delights Introductions , Plants from Japan , Rabbit Resistant Plants , Rain Garden Plants , Salt Tolerant Seaside Plants , Colored Foliage , Patterned Foliage