Muehlenbeckia axillaris 'Nana', commonly known as Little Leaf Creeping Wire Vine, is just like it's parent but with even smaller leaves! As with its parent, it is a very hardy and vigorous; but with a tighter growth habit and tinier, oval, dark green leaves on wiry stems. Green flowers in spring are followed by white berries. This little wire vine is a tough one; quite tolerant of foot traffic, drought, heat and tolerant, and totally deer and rabbit resistant, making it a fine selection where a low-growing, ground-hugging perennial groundcover or filler plant is needed in the landscape or in container gardens, where it cascades beautifully over the edges and down the sides. Get all the details below!