|This spreading, evergreen shrub has a refined appearance due to small, linear to inverse spear shaped, mid to deep green leaves, which by the way are fragrant when crushed. Perfect, solitary, saucer-shaped, white or cream flowers are produced in July can be quite showy. This is a wonderful shrub where temperatures do not wildly fluctuate, humidity is not high and night temperatures are cool. In otherwords, this plant is probably not the best for the South. Grow in well-drained, fertile, acid soil in full sun to light shade.