NO: good except produces berries
No: have to remove green shoots to keep variegated, and only light foot traffic
Euonymus fortunei ‘Ivory Jade Wintercreeper’ – got 3
2-3′ tall, 3-6′ wide, sun/part shade – water: only while getting established – drought tolerant ; forms a mound 3′ tall and twice as wide. The round leaves are deep green and sport a white margin.
Euonymus fortunei Emerald n Gold
grows like Euphorbia (i.e, high stems) , 2′ tall, 5’wide. This colorful evergreen shrub sports bright green leaves with gold edges, turning pinkish red in fall and winter. Spreads by creeping stems that root where they touch the ground. Dense mounding form makes an excellent small hedge or border plant. Gently climbs with support, making a nice background or foundation planting. COULD NEED 2 WATER/WEEK
Ceanothus I. ‘Vandenberg’ – 18.99 for gallon pot, didn’t get
Vandenberg is very similar to Dark Star Ceanothus with its dark green crinkled leaves and beautiful fragrant blue flowers in late spring, but Vandenberg is much more compact than Dark Star, growing 3-5 feet tall by 4-6 feet wide.
Grevillea Juniper lava cascade – good for mound edges near dog paths – got 3
Arctostaphylos Emerald Carpet of course! “lawn manzanita” – get 3 or more? Place the rest first…