Vinca Minor is a perfect miniature of Vinca Major except the leaves are more oblong, they have shorter stalks and are more closely spaced.
Baby tears is a delicate-looking creeping herb with bright apple green or yellow leaves and scores of tiny white flowers. It grows close to the ground in mats and is often seen in ornamental gardens.
Ivy English has deep dark green leaves that grow 2 to 4 inches wide. It is less vigorous and better suited for smaller areas.
Ivy Hahn’s has lighter green leaves that grow rapidly. It is excellent for parkways and slopes.
Australian Violet are tufted plants that typically grow 1 to 4 inches high. With time, they spread several feet, at a slow to moderate rate. Their leaves are kidney shaped, while their flowers are 1/4 to 3/4 inches across and are white or blue fading to white at the petal tips.