mini eunomyes or cotoneaster
Did not check spelling. Asked question in shrubs forum since it is typically a shrub but was purchased from Lamb's Nursery in PNW. Theyhave changed name and I lost contact.
They sold rock garden plants. This is an evergreen in my zone.
This plant has languished in a pot for about 12 years because it was so tiny I could not figure a place to put it. Even my groundcover sedums would over-run it. May have the varietal name 'minimus' or be the one released to the trade by the Bronx Botanical Gardens years ago. Now have it in part of rock garden that gets 1/2 day sun. Soil is sandy and acid but not terribly dry. It is, after 3 years, covering an area of a square foot. It is only about an inch in height and the individual leaves are more oval than round and only 1/4 inch long. Can anyone guess what it might be or if I am doing right by it? I have never seen flowers or fruit.