any one of a few plants of the genus Pachysandra, especially the evergreen P. terminalis indigenous to Japan, having toothed leaves and inconspicuous white unisexual blossoms. Also called Japanese spurge.
A genus of 4 or 5 types of evergreen shrubs or subshrubs, of the boxwood family, Buxaceae utilized ornamentally as groundcover.
Any plant associated with genus Pachysandra; these are generally low-growing evergreen natural herbs or subshrubs having dentate leaves and used as surface address.
A genus of prostrate flowers for the apetalous order Euphorbiaceæ and also the tribe Buxeæ, known by its four stamens, and alternate often coarse-toothed leaves.
any plant of this genus Pachysandra; low-growing evergreen herbs or subshrubs having dentate leaves and used as surface cover