This popular creeping ground cover, Saxifraga stolonifera, Strawberry Begonia, is native to the rocky cliffs of China, Japan, and South Korea. Its runners will remind you of strawberry plants and it is an evergreen, mat-like ground cover winner when it comes to woodland gardens or shady areas. It can also be grown indoors or in containers, where its runners creep out over the sides. The spread averages about 8-inches tall and 24-inches wide, with green, rounded leaves. The leaves are uniquely hairy and have a red tint to them. In the summertime, flower stems rise over a foot above the foliage to display their white flowers. As an added perk, this plant is easy to propagate and gift to friends.