Ophiopogon japonicus 'Minor'
As suggested by the name 'minor' this is a very compact low growing form of Ophiopogon. Narrow green leaves form a clump-forming grass and occasional spikes of white flowers borne in summer followed by round, rich blue fleshy fruit.
A very pretty plant effective when planted in gravel-covered soil or inter-planted with bulbs. It also looks good with ferns in shade and excellent in containers.
Useful as low ground cover in dry shade though may take a liitle time to established.
Climate/Position: Full sun or partial shade
Height/Spread: 8 - 10cm clump forming and slowly spreading
Soil Requirements: Moist, well-drained, humus-rich, slightly acid soil
Pruning: None required - avoid cutting the leaves as will ruin plant appearance. Lift and divide in spring if clump becoming too dense.