BAREROOT: MONDO GRASS
Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana', known as Dwarf Mondo Grass, is an exceptionally fine plant for a host of ground cover solutions. Evergreen leaves, 1/8 inch wide, form a low, dense mat. Small, white flowers appear in summer. Bright blue berries appear in fall.
The plant grows in wet, shady places and flowers from the end of March to July, fruiting from April to September. It generally grows emerged, but can sometimes be completely submerged.