Potentilla canadensis; Rosaceae
I can find no source to confirm that this plant is a true evergreen. There are still-green leaves of it, but not many – and dwarf cinquefoil is everywhere. So I have to conclude that there are some leaves that are protected enough to last.
Some authorities consider dwarf cinquefoil to be weedy. It is very low-growing and prefers disturbed, low-nutrient soils, but does that make it a weed? Not in my eyes. Look for the charming rose-like flowers starting in late April.