Pachysandra, sometimes known as Japanese spurge, is a mat-forming evergreen with creeping stems and short upright branches bearing leathery leaves. Pachysandra is popular for its ability to form a dense evergreen carpet beneath other taller shrubs.
Where to Site Your Pachysandra
Perfect option for underplanting, using as ground cover to keep the weeds away, using on slopes and banks
How to Grow and Look after your Pachysandra
They can tolerate a sunny site if the ground is consistently moist, but its real value is as a carpeting plant in shade, sheltered from cold wind.
Placing a mulch around the plants will help lock the moisture in.
If you trim the tops out in spring this will encourage the plants for form a denser growth habit.