Weston Nurseries of Hopkinton posted this new plant on their website.
Euonymus fortunei 'Woolong Ghost'
Evergreen groundcover. Narrow dark green leaves are etched with silvery white veins. Very prostrate habit. Spacing: 24". Most Japanese Euonymus will become a clinging vine if allowed to grow upwards on a support but are usually grown as shrubs or groundcovers in New England. Tolerant of most soils except the overly moist, E. fortunei grow in sun or shade and can be sheared or allowed to grow naturally. Adaptable to seashore conditions.
Attributes: groundcover, broadleaf evergreen