We see this as a plant that may give landscapers a fresh perspective on mass planting groundcovers, and as an alternative to Gro-Low sumac. The foliage is an attractive glossy blueish-green, turning shades of yellow, orange, and red in the fall. Jade Parade® has a spreading habit, but rather than just creeping along the ground, the branches arch upwards. The bonus in spring is the small ½” white blooms that flower profusely along the stems and are followed by small black cherries in late summer. Very tolerant of full sun and dry conditions once established.