This cute little evergreen form of Japanese Euonymus is seldom seen in gardens. It forms a trailing mat of tiny, leathery dark-green leaves. Great for growing between flagstones, edging paths or hanging over walls. Grows fairly slowly, so seldom needs to be pruned or mowed. A good small-area groundcover but not suitable for planting as a lawn substitute on a vast scale. Space 5 to 10 plants per square yard. Tolerates moderate foot traffic once established. CAUTION: Harmful if eaten.