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Oenanthe pimpinelloides

Sometimes cultivated for the edible rounded tuberous roots, which taste of hazelnuts. These are great stir-fried in sesame oil. A perennial to about 80cm tall with umbels of white flowers in summer and finely divided foliage that emerges in winter. Previously sold as Bunium (which is completely confused in UK cultivation).

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Ophiopogon chingii

A Japanese dwarf species, making low mounds of evergreen, narrow, linear, curly green foliage. Palest lavender-white flowers on short spikes in summer, followed by electric blue fruit. Essential ground cover in many Japanese gardens. Hardy.

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Ophiopogon japonicus 'Compactus'

A very small evergreen perennial making mounds of grassy, dark-green leaves to a few cm tall. Short spikes of little lilac flowers in summer. Slowly forms patches. Used by the Japanese as extremely short groundcover and a vital element in some designs.

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Ophiopogon sp. NJM 11.018 (new)

An unidentified species from Guizhou, SW China, found at nearly 1900m altitude in semi-shade. This has slim dark green evergreen arching foliage to 30cm long, white and lilac flowers in summer, followed by bright blue fruit. Excellent evergreen ground cover for sun or shade.

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