Posted on May 9, 2018 by Maryland Grows
Q: We have a steep hill that is covered with mature Japanese Pachysandra that is dying. It is under a large tulip tree. This groundcover was healthy for more than twenty years. During the last couple of years the leaves have turned yellow…
Category: Lawn & Garden
Tags: Author:Christa, groundcovers, herbaceous perennials, pachysandra
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