A delightful dwarf form of mondo grass which grows very slowly and is economically beyond the reach of most people: cost can be between 75 cents and $1.00 per square inch if planted as a ground cover without waiting for it to expand. It will double in size in about 3 years, so planting it with distance between the plants to reduce costs will result in lots of weeding and maintenance, with erosion concerns if planted on a slope. Evergreen, height 1 to 2 inches, spreads with rhizomes, does not like sun. Propagate by division. Can be grown from seed, but even longer to establish.
Family: Asparagaceae, Zone 6 to 10