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Ophiopogon japonicus 'Snow Globe' - Mondo Grass from Quackin Grass Nursery

Ophiopogon japonicus 'Snow Globe' - Mondo Grass from Quackin Grass Nursery

Ophiopogon japonicus 'Snow Globe'

Mondo Grass

Plant Type:


Ophiopogon japonicus 'Snow Globe' - A little beauty with all short, dark green narrow strap leaves striped in creamy white mimicking a mini Armeria. Only growing 2 to 3 inches in height this would make a beautiful potted plant used as a palette cleanser between bonsai specimens, a sweet potted plant all unto itself, an impressive ground cover for a smaller spot, a railroad plant or anywhere you, the esteemed gardener, sees fit. Fertile, organic, draining soil in half to full sun. Established potted plant from division.


2-3 in


4-6 in


(6)7 to 11
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Item Description Price  
OPHIJASNO Copy Ophiopogon japonicus 'Snow Globe' (3.5 inch Square Press Fit Pot – 1.05 pints / 497 ml.) $16.00

Characteristics and Attributes for Ophiopogon japonicus 'Snow Globe'

Season of Interest (Foliage)

  • Four Seasons


  • Full Sun
  • Mostly Sunny


  • Edging
  • Potted Plant
  • Evergreen
  • Trough
  • Railroad Garden
  • Small / Miniature
  • Knot Garden
  • Formal Garden
  • Collector Plant

Growth Rate in the Garden

  • Slow


  • Fertile
  • Moist
  • Draining


  • Garden Origin

Propagated By

  • Division

Genus Overview: Ophiopogon

Common Name: Mondo Grass

The Mondo Grasses make beautiful grass-like ground covering blankets adaptable to sun in the north, happier in part to open shade farther south. They are not grasses at all; in fact, they are members of the Liliaceae as is Liriope with which they are closely allied. Plant the virtually evergreen Mondo Grasses in fertile soil for best growth. Once established they do demonstrate drought tolerance. Spring planting is advised if you are to attempt them in the north range. Ophiopogon spreads moderately fast and is a colonizing plant. All of the following are offered by pot grown division.