Autumn shot of Fortune’s spindle, winter creeper, wintercreeper – Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald’n’Gold’

By November 2, 2017Articles

By Teo Spengler The genus “Euonymus” includes 175 different euonymus plants, from dwarf shrubs to tall trees and vines. They are known as “spindle trees,” but each species also has its own common name. If you are selecting Euonymus plant varieties for your landscape, read on. You’ll find descriptions of different Euonymus shrubs that you might want to invite into your garden. About Euonymus Shrubs If you are looking for bushes, trees or climbers, euonymus has them all. Gardeners choose euonymus plant varieties for their attractive foliage and stunning autumn color. Some also offer unique fruits and seed pods. Many euonymus shrubs come from Asia. You’ll find that they are available in a wide range of colors and sizes, and include both evergreen and deciduous types of euonymus. That gives you a good selection of different euonymus plants to choose from when you are looking for border plants, hedges, screens,

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