Pachysandra procumbens 'Jackson'
Jackson Allegheny Spurge
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Item #: 16627
Zones: 5a to 9b
Height: 6" tall
Origin: United States
I'm going to Jackson is more than a great Johnny Cash song...it's where we headed in search of another heat tolerant selection of native pachysandra. Pachysandra procumbens 'Jackson' is our 2022 introduction of our 2003 collection, grown from a single division of a nicely spotted clone we found in Jackson County, Florida. It goes without saying that any Pachysandra procumbens native to Florida is going to have good heat and humidity tolerance. For us, our original patch of Pachysandra 'Jackson', reached 6" tall x 5' wide before we chopped into it to share. The patch is adorned with 4" tall stalks of fragrant white flowers that emerge from the ground, starting for us in late March. It's taken us 18 years to build up enough stock to offer, so don't expect to see this in the catalog again any time soon.
Flower Color: White/Cream
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