Cutleaf Pachysandra. A most unusual form of Japanese Spurge, this cultivar has deeply divided lobes that gives it an almost lacy appearance. It has the same other great attributes of this most dependable of groundcovers. Of course in the Deep South, one must plant it in shade. It spreads by underground rhizomes, so if one desires it to stay put, a physical border might be necessary. This selection even has a very noticeable and showy flower in late winter in the terminals of each branch.