3 Green Mondo Grass/ Ophiopogon Japonicus in 4 by DaylilyNursery                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

3 Green Mondo Grass/ Ophiopogon Japonicus in 4 Inch Pot, Nice and Full, Well Rooted

3 Green Mondo Grass/ Ophiopogon Japonicus in 4 by DaylilyNursery Más

ophiopogon japonicus (slangenbaard) bloei aug-sept 15-30cm hoogte vollezon halfschaduw schaduw,winterhard,wintergroen,creert oosterse sfeer

ophiopogon japonicus (slangenbaard) bloei aug-sept 15-30cm hoogte vollezon halfschaduw schaduw,winterhard,wintergroen,creert oosterse sfeer

Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana' (dwarf Mondo grass) - ps/shade, dark green 1/8" leaf blades, foot tolerant. spreads slowly!, 2-3" highx 5-8". SPACING 2-4" apart.

Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana' (dwarf Mondo grass) - ps/shade, dark green 1/8" leaf blades, foot tolerant. spreads slowly!, 2-3" highx 5-8". SPACING 2-4" apart.

Ophiopogon japonicus 'Minor' (Slangenbaard, Japans slangengras) - p9

Ophiopogon japonicus 'Minor' (Slangenbaard, Japans slangengras) - p9

Slangebaard / Japans slangengras (Ophiopogon japonicus 'Minor') | Directplant

Slangebaard / Japans slangengras (Ophiopogon japonicus 'Minor') | Directplant

Ophiopogon japonicus ‘Minor’ blauwe bessen

Ophiopogon japonicus ‘Minor’ blauwe bessen

Mondo grass between pavers

Mondo grass between pavers

Black Dragon Mondo Grass Plants. Great border plant. - Maybe use as border around higher ornamental grass in corner mound.

Black Dragon Mondo Grass Plants. Great border plant. - Maybe use as border around higher ornamental grass in corner mound.

Source(s): Marjan Kluepfel, HGIC Information Specialist Bob Polomski, Extension Consumer Horticulturist, Clemson University Mondo grass, also known as monkey grass (Ophiopogon japonicus), is an evergreen, sod-forming perennial. The scientific name is derived from ophis = snake, and pogon = beard, most likely referring to the flower spike Description Plants are ... Read more

Source(s): Marjan Kluepfel, HGIC Information Specialist Bob Polomski, Extension Consumer Horticulturist, Clemson University Mondo grass, also known as monkey grass (Ophiopogon japonicus), is an evergreen, sod-forming perennial. The scientific name is derived from ophis = snake, and pogon = beard, most likely referring to the flower spike Description Plants are ... Read more

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