Stephananilra incisa

Cut leaf Stephariandra

This shrub forms a graceful mass of spreading, arching branches, and it suckers freely from the base. Yellowish white flowers appear in May and June and are not showy. Prefers acidT well-drained soils, in full sun or partial shade The species is seldom used in contemporary landscaping, having been replaced by the cultivar '< rispa' Grows 4 to 7 ft. bight equal or greater in spread, Zones J to 7 Japan. Korea.

Cum van and Varieties, 'C rispa' has 1 to 2-in.-long, bright green, deeply cut leaves that produce a fme texture. It forms a thick tangle of branches that root along their length, resulting in a wide-spreading groundcover Grows lft to 3 ft. high.

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Homeowners Guide To Landscaping

Homeowners Guide To Landscaping

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