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Ophiopogon japonicus off - ee - oh - POE - gun jah - PON - ih - kus. COMMON NAME: Mondo Grass Classification: ground cover, similar in appearance to liriope Arrangement: basal Composition: simple Margin: entire Veins: parallel Leaf: length 6-8”, width 1/8 – ¼” blunt tip.

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ophiopogon japonicus off ee oh poe gun jah pon ih kus
Ophiopogonjaponicusoff - ee - oh - POE - gun jah - PON - ih - kus
  • COMMON NAME: Mondo Grass
  • Classification: ground cover, similar in appearance to liriope
  • Arrangement: basal
  • Composition: simple
  • Margin: entire
  • Veins: parallel
  • Leaf: length 6-8”, width 1/8 – ¼” blunt tip
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FLOWERS: summer (July) spikes of flowers are borne in the tufts of leaves so may be hidden

  • Fruit: blue turning to black berry, hidden in foliage
  • Exposure: sun, part shade
  • Zones: 6-8
  • Black cultivars exsist