Ophiopogon Jaburan Green, Ophiopogon Green - Plant
Description for Ophiopogon Jaburan Green, Ophiopogon Green
Ophiopogon japonicus, commonly called mondo grass, is an evergreen, tuberous-rooted, rhizomatous, perennial of the lily family. It typically forms an arching clump to 8 to 12 tall and as wide of narrow, linear, grass-like, dark green leaves.It is native to woodland areas in Japan and Korea. Foliage is similar to that of Liriope (also in the lily family), but leaves are narrower and more refined. Small, 6-tepaled, bell-shaped, white to lilac-tinted flowers bloom in summer in short racemes (2 to 3 long) atop leafless stalks. Flowers are followed by spherical, pea-sized, blue-black berries (1/4 across). Flowers and fruits are usually partially hidden by the foliage.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Mondo grass||Lavender, white||June to July||0.25 to 0.25 feet||-|
Planting and care
|Part shade to full shade||Well drained soil||Medium||-20 degrees C||-|
Caring for Ophiopogon Jaburan Green
Typical uses of Ophiopogon Jaburan Green
Ornamental use: It is grown as an ornamental plant.
Medicinal use: According to the Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, the herb is sweet, slightly bitter and slightly cold, enters the heart, lung, and stomach channels
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Bit price is high but it s amazing plant, sun is not required only lighting is enough at any conditions even room light is enough for this plant.
Excellent proctus collection
Suddenly all my house plants have started blooming and have lush foliage :)