Ophiopogon japonicus. C17

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Ophiopogon japonicus a riparian plant of the family Asparagaceae

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The division of the plant is by Angiosperms (flowering seed plants) (Monocotyledon) being a herbaceous plant.

It is a plant native to Japan, Korea. It is a low-growing, clump-forming plant, up to 10 cm high.

The leaves are narrow and linear, dark green and shiny. The flowers are white bell-shaped and arranged in spike-like inflorescences known as racemes.

The plant grows best in light to deep shade. It is resistant to most pests and diseases and tolerates strong winds.

Its ideal use is for flowerbed/border and ground cover. Prefers semi-shade or full shade.

Watering should be moderate. Leaves are dark green. The colour of the flowers are white.

Flowers are in inflorescences.

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Ophiopogon japonicus a riparian plant of the family Asparagaceae

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