Mondo Grass - Monrovia - Mondo Grass zones 6-11, 12"-15" tall & wide, for border planting.

Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon japonicus) - Monrovia - Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon japonicus) (recommended by Walter Reeves)

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.

BETWEEN STEPS: Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana' (dwarf Mondo grass) - ps/shade, dark green leaf blades, foot tolerant.

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

OPHIOPOGON JAPONICUS

Ophiopogon Japonicus, Drought Tolerant, Horticulture, Flora, Planting, Grass, Animals, Projects

Dwarf Mondo Grass - A foot-tolerant, no-mow turf substitute.  Love it!

(Dwarf Monkey Grass, Dwarf Lilyturf, Kyoto) Great foot-tolerant, no-mow turf substitute choice. A low-growing, dense and lush evergreen ground cover with dark green grass-like clumps of leaf blades that will thrive in sun or shade.

Convalaria, Convolaria - Ophiopogon japonicus

Convalaria, Convolaria - Ophiopogon japonicus

"This photo illustrates the contrast I'd like to see between the plant selections. I'd like the leaf shapes and leaf colors to contrast as well as complement, adjacent plants. These plants could be used around the creek bed. Plants: ajuga, lysimachia, and various Ophiopogon japonicus vary the variegated and non-variegated versions."

This photo illustrates the contrast between plant selections. The leaf shapes and leaf colors contrast as well as complement, adjacent plants. Plants: ajuga, lysimachia, and various Ophiopogon japonicus vary the variegated and non-variegated versions.

Ophiopogon japonicus - mondo grass

Ophiopogon japonicus - mondo grass

Ophiopogon japonicus Snake -- mondo grass seeds

I love this Ophiopogon grass, so many uses and beautiful dark green color and hardy. The only 'less good thing' - must be kept moist. Ideal for planting around steppingstones. Pkz view this site.

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