|Minima is very similar to Kewensis but with slightly longer leaves, (3/4 to 1 inch). They are evergreen, opposite in placement and tend to be dark green with pronounced silvery veins. There is also a green and white variegated form. This cultivar is a delightful trailing or climbing form and can be used as a fine-textured ground cover. The flowers are not showy, are greenish-white appearing in early summer. The fruits can be quite showy, borne in fall, they are pinkish red capsules that dehisce to expose the bright orange seeds. This plant tolerates a wide range of soil conditions, and high moisture, except swampy, full sun to full shade and pH tolerant. Native to China, introduced in 1907.