I have had a small amount of a tiny groundcover called Hypericum empetrifolium nanum by Skagit Gardens, I still have the tag, purchased from a Greater Victoria area nursery in 2006, and now have Hypericum oliganthum by Groundeffects Wholesale Nursery Ltd., just purchased here in January 2010 from the same retail nursery outlet -- I am assuming they are the same plant, a Dwarf Hypericum. Skagit Gardens online website does not show it this year, but Groundeffects does, called H. empetrifolium ssp. oliganthum, Dwarf Hypericum . I was delighted to see it available again, as I really love this tiny groundcover which produces a tight, dense springy cover, not invasive [not as spreading as I might like!]... I don't find it totally evergreen, it turned a bit brown and dormant from the December cold spells but now is showing more green, but it bounces back pretty early and when in bloom later in the summer is a tuft of dewy ultra-tiny mid-green leaves about 1-2 inches high, with truly tiny yellow star-like blooms... the moisture sits in droplets on it in a most enchanting way... I recommend it hightly for inter-paver planting, rock gardens, patio gardens, dish gardens, edgings, etc., anywhere where a tiny growth is desired.