Asked on Aug 6, 2013
Could Use Some Help Identifying This Little Plant.
These small plants don't grow very tall, have pink-tinted tiny white flowers in the spring, and berries in the late fall. They are evergreen and I've seen them used down town in the historic district, almost as a ground cover under magnolias. We did have a large maple that was taken down several weeks ago, now they get a LOT of sun. I would like to try and save them but not quite sure what to do. We have limited space available for transplanting.