Chinese Neillia. This unusual Spirea relative is an easy plant to grow and can fit into any garden. It has a spreading weeping growth habit which will make it broader than high when mature. In May here in zone 8 it flowers with terminal racemes of white flowers which last for 3-4 weeks. Its leaves are heavily cut with distinct leaves which turn a beautiful yellow in the fall. It will tolerate full sun, but I believe it to be happiest with morning sun and afternoon shade or filtered sun. It is one of those plants that just does not make a great statement in the landscape, but can mix with almost anything. It will tolerate a wide soil pH range, but give it good drainage with average fertility.