Euonymus - not all colour in your garden comes from flowers !

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The Euonymus, which has many common names inclusing Spindles tree, Burning Bush etc, is a great plant for adding colour to your garden. It can be used as a hedge, specimen plant,or amongst other plants to accentuate their green foliage and provide an interesting contrast to distract the eye. There are dwarf varieties of Euonymus, but the regular height is around 1 to 2 metres. They can be grown in semi-shaded areas, but better foliage colour and more compact growth are achieved if it is grown in a sunny spot. The Euonymus plant pictured is a Golden Euonymus with Variegated ( two colour) Green and Gold leaves, which i photographed in my local area.

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Euonymus is common in gardening. Gardeners use it as a beautiful hedge. The composition of euonymus is single and group.There's a lacy crown which attracts the attention of passers-by. In the family, there are 220 species, among which 130 - evergreens.Deciduous species are dark green in summer, and the beginning of the autumn leaves change color quickly to the different shades of red.The ripened fruits a euonymus look like flashlight.The plant in natural surroundings grows in deciduous and mixed forests in the temperate and subtropical zone.

Care instructions Euonymus

Lighting

For each species there are individual lighting. Some species need constant bright sunshine and cannot tolerate shade.
For example: euonymus Maak, grows well in the open spaces.
Warty euonymus or European euonymus is growing in partial shade. Sakhalin and Sacred euonymus accustomed to grow in shaded areas. All kinds of plants are resistant to smoke and gas. Plants are planted as a hedge in home gardens and the city.

Temperature

For evergreen species Euonymus, the optimum indoor temperature in winter 36 - 43° F (2 - 6° C).
Plants with variegated leaves prefer 46 - 60°F (8 - 16 °C).

Habitat

Euonymus is growing in winter gardens, glazed loggias and balconies. In summer, for all kinds of plants is acceptable temperature up to 20 degrees C. Pests appear in dry and hot climates.

Soil and humidity

Lack and excess moisture is bad for euonymus. The optimum soils it neutral to slightly alkaline. In acidic soil lime is added.

Watering


The plant is watering, depending on its age and temperature.
Young and immature sprouts watering frequently and abundantly, but not over moistening.
Adult euonymus is watered if necessary. It depends on the drying of the topsoil.

Repotting

Any plant from time to time needs to replant.
Young plants are transplanted in the winter (February) or early spring.
Adults do not need frequent replacement of the soil.
The process of transplanting should take place separately from the crop. You need to add to the soil peat, humus, compost and garden soil. All components are mixed in equal proportions.

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Thank you So much Sir!

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There is no alternative to the tree to maintain the balance of the environment. tree is our real friend. There aee many species plant that increase the beauty of the environment. Euonymus is really good plant.

Golden Euonymous Information;

Golden euonymous information tells you that this is a very dense shrub with an oval shape if grown in full sun. The thick foliage makes it ideal for a privacy or even a sound hedge. The shrubs are really striking in the garden. The eyonymous leaves are leathery to the touch and grow up to three inches long. The boldly variegated foliage is the star here. Most leaves are emerald green splashed liberally with buttercup yellow. But, occasionally, you’ll get branches where all of the leaves are solid yellow. Don’t expect showy flowers. The greenish-white blossoms appear in spring but you may not even notice them. They are inconspicuous. Golden euonymous shrubs can grow to 10 feet high and 6 feet wide. One alone can make a stunning statement in your garden. However, the dense foliage of these evergreen plants adapts readily to pruning and even shearing, so they are often used as hedges. How to Grow Golden Euonymous Shrubs If you are wondering how to grow golden euonymous shrubs, it isn’t very difficult. You’ll need to plant them in a sunny spot, provide weekly irrigation and fertilize them annually. Consider growing golden euonymous shrubs if you live in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6-9. When you start growing golden euonymous shrubs, you’ll do best to select a site with moist, fertile, well-drained soil. However, don’t worry too much about your soil type as long as it drains well. The bushes are tolerant and will accept almost any kind of soil. Caring for Golden Euonymous Shrubs Euonymous shrubs are not high maintenance. However, caring for golden euonymous shrubs requires more effort the year they are planted. They will require regular water – up to twice a week – until the root system has established. After that, a weekly watering is usually sufficient. Provide a balanced fertilizer in early spring. Use a slightly lower dose than recommended on the label to avoid burning the roots. If necessary, repeat in mid-autumn. Golden euonymous care includes an annual pruning if planted in a hedge.A196-22.jpg
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Euonymus

The genus Euonymus is comprised of 175 species of shrubs, trees, and climbers grown for their attractive foliage, interesting fruit, and good autumn color. Most are native to Asia. Euonymus have a variety of uses in the garden, including as part of a shrub border or as specimens, hedges, or groundcovers.

Noteworthy Characteristics

Nice autumn color and ornamental fruit. All parts cause mild stomach discomfort if eaten.

Care

Tolerates most any well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. Evergreens need a sheltered site, while variegated plants show best in sun.

Propagation

As soon as seeds ripen, sow them in containers in a cold frame. Deciduous species can be started from greenwood cuttings in summer. Propagate evergreen species in summer from semi-ripe cuttings.

Problems

Witches' broom, stem dieback, powdery mildew, and fungal spots. Some pests and diseases can cause problems both in the garden and indoors, including mites, scale insects, leaf miners, aphids, and mealybugs.

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Such a wonderful and interesting flower post by @ctrl-alt-nwo sir....
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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.
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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, ground cover or specimen plants.
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Thanks for sharing this flower post...
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Good luck...

GOLDEN EUONYMUS (aureum euonymus)

Golden Euonymus is an xcellent choice for a colorful hedge, this evergreen shrub displays dense, bold green and gold variegated foliage on an upright growth habit. This tough shrub is adaptable to adverse conditions and tolerates poor, lean soils. Versatile and easy to care for, it requires minimal attention once established, but takes well to regular pruning.

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The Golden Euonymus gives a stunning effect when massed or planted in a row. It can be used as a specimen or foundation plant and creates s nice border or hedge (if clipped regularly). A single Golden Euonymus makes a big, bold statement and is best suited for larger gardens.

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It is a very reliable focal point in larger evergreen landscapes. Golden Euonymus is an ideal hedge, as it can be sheared to maintain a height or left to grow into a natural form that is dense enough to make a good visual and sound barrier.

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PLANTING Golden Euonymus:

I suggest when planting your newly purchased Golden Euonymus plants that you dig a hole twice as wide as the root system but not deeper. Depending on the quality of your existing soil you may need to add a locally sourced compost or topsoil to the back-fill soil. I do not recommend using straight topsoil or compost as a back-fill soil because more times than not these products will retain entirely to much moisture and will cause the root system to rot. Adding compost or topsoil will help the young feeder roots of Golden Euonymus to spread through the loose, nutrient rich soil, much easier than if you used solely the existing soil which more times than not will be hard and compacted.

I wish you a good luck planting this beautiful plant Golden Euonymus!
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Introduction:Euonymus /juːˈɒnɪməs/ is a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. Common names vary widely among different species and between different English-speaking countries, but include spindle (or spindle tree), burning-bush, strawberry-bush, wahoo, wintercreeper, or simply euonymus. It comprises about 130 species[2][3] of deciduous and evergreen shrubs, small trees and lianas. They are mostly native to East Asia, extending to the Himalayas,[4] and they are also distributed in Europe, Australasia, North America, and Madagascar. 50 species are endemic to China.
Description:The inconspicuous flowers occur in small groups, and can be green, yellow, pink or maroon in color depending on species.[4] The leaves are opposite (rarely alternate) and simple ovoid, typically 2–15 cm long, and usually with a finely serrated margin. The fruit is a pink or white four- or five-valved pod-like berry, which splits open to reveal the fleshy-coated orange or red seeds.
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Euonymus are popular garden shrubs, grown for their foliage, the deciduous species often exhibiting very bright red autumnal colours, and also for the decorative berries.Fresh leaves are poisonous.@upvoted and resteemed.All the information collected from various internet source.

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Introduction-The genus Euonymus is comprised of 175 species of shrubs, trees, and climbers grown for their attractive foliage, interesting fruit, and good autumn color. Most are native to Asia. Euonymus have a variety of uses in the garden, including as part of a shrub border or as specimens, hedges, or groundcovers.euonymus-fortunei-emerald-n-gold-plant1.jpg
Noteworthy Characteristics-Nice autumn color and ornamental fruit. All parts cause mild stomach discomfort if eaten.
Care-Tolerates most any well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. Evergreens need a sheltered site, while variegated plants show best in sun.
Propagation-As soon as seeds ripen, sow them in containers in a cold frame. Deciduous species can be started from greenwood cuttings in summer. Propagate evergreen species in summer from semi-ripe cuttings.
Problems-Witches' broom, stem dieback, powdery mildew, and fungal spots. Some pests and diseases can cause problems both in the garden and indoors, including mites, scale insects, leaf miners, aphids, and mealybugs.I nformation collected from wiki and other source.

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Small Introduction:

Euonymus is a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. Common names vary widely among different species and between different English-speaking countries, but include spindle (or spindle tree), burning-bush, strawberry-bush, wahoo, wintercreeper, or simply euonymus. It comprises about 130 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs, small trees and lianas. They are mostly native to East Asia, extending to the Himalayas, and they are also distributed in Europe, Australasia, North America, and Madagascar.

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The genus Euonymus is comprised of 175 species of shrubs, trees, and climbers grown for their attractive foliage, interesting fruit, and good autumn color. Most are native to Asia. Euonymus have a variety of uses in the garden, including as part of a shrub border or as specimens, hedges, or ground covers.

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Nice autumn color and ornamental fruit. All parts cause mild stomach discomfort if eaten.Tolerates most any well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. Evergreens need a sheltered site, while variegated plants show best in sun.

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As soon as seeds ripen, sow them in containers in a cold frame. Deciduous species can be started from greenwood cuttings in summer. Propagate evergreen species in summer from semi-ripe cuttings.

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Witches' broom, stem dieback, powdery mildew, and fungal spots. Some pests and diseases can cause problems both in the garden and indoors, including mites, scale insects, leaf miners, aphids, and mealybugs.

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 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, ground cover or specimen plants.

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One poplar euonymus shrub for USDA hardiness zones 4 through 8 is called ‘burning bush’ (Euonymus alatus ‘Fire Ball’). It grows to about 3 feet (.9 m.) high and wide, but accepts trimming, shaping and shearing. In the autumn, the long green leaves turn brilliant red. Another versatile member of the euonymus shrub family is called ‘green boxwood.’ Its dark green leaves are glossy and stay on the plant all year long. Easy maintenance, green boxwood accepts trimming and shaping.

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For different euonymus plants that are good for ground cover, consider winter-creeper euonymus (Euonymus fortunei). It might be the right shrub for you for you. Evergreen and only 6 inches (15 cm.) high, it can climb to 70 feet (21 m.) with the appropriate structure. It offers dark green leaves and greenish white flowers.

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Euonymus is an assortment of blossoming plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. Ordinary names change by and large among different species and between different English-talking countries, yet fuse pivot (or shaft tree), devouring growth, strawberry-support, wahoo, wintercreeper, or basically euonymus. It includes around 130 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs, little trees and lianas. They are by and large nearby to East Asia, connecting with the Himalayas,and they are also scattered in Europe, Australasia, North America, and Madagascar. 50 species are endemic to China.

Description:The unnoticeable blooms occur in little social affairs, and can be green, yellow, pink or maroon in shading depending upon species. The leaves are converse (occasionally exchange) and direct ovoid, normally 2– 15 cm long, and as a general rule with a finely serrated edge. The normal item is a pink or white four-or five-valved case like berry, which parts open to reveal the substantial secured orange or red seeds.

The seeds are eaten by frugivorous flying animals, which process the husky seed coat and disperse the seeds in their droppings. Various species are used for restorative use, and parts of the plants can be poisonous to individuals.
Scientific classification...

Kingdom: Plantae

(unranked): Angiosperms

(unranked): Eudicots

(unranked): Rosids

Order: Celastrale

Family: Celastraceae

Subfamily: Celastroideae

Genus: Euonymus L.

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.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, ground cover or specimen plants.

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Euonymus is a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. A family of which consists of over 130 species including both deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees. For those unfamiliar with Euonymus hedging plants, you may recognise its English name, Spindle. Its secondary name originated from its historical use as the wood from some species was traditionally used for the making of spindles for spinning wool. Over time, their cultivation has seen this species appear frequently across the UK for the countless benefits they provide for our gardens and their unique appearance makes them popular in garden designs and throughout the show garden community. Their popularity stems from their ornamental foliage and their ability to establish a formal, structured look as they are utilised for garden borders to showcase pathways, create focal points and to highlight other garden features such as larger hedges or sculptures. When left to grow, their bushy habit allows them to create an informal look which therefore gives you the opportunity to create a more relaxed atmosphere than those trimmed to shape. Here at Hedges Direct, we have a fantastic selection of the best Euonymus hedging plants for you. Access the brightly coloured, variegated foliage that offer unique shades and patterns of green, whites, yellows and pinks. As our Euonymus plants are evergreen, their fantastic foliage is present year round so you have constant cover and exciting interest year round.

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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.
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Ultimately the beauty of any garden or place is with the colorful plants including roses and other variety of plants that can enhance the value of the garden to the eyes of observer.

The inconspicuous flowers occur in small groups, and can be green, yellow, pink or maroon in color depending on species. The leaves are opposite (rarely alternate) and simple ovoid, typically 2–15 cm long, and usually with a finely serrated margin. The fruit is a pink or white four- or five-valved pod-like berry, which splits open to reveal the fleshy-coated orange or red seeds.
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Hi dear @ctrl-alt-nwo I'm happy to see you back with yet another amazing plant after a couple of weeks.

The genus Euonymus is comprised of 175 species of shrubs, trees, and climbers grown for their attractive foliage, interesting fruit, and good autumn color. Most are native to Asia. Euonymus have a variety of uses in the garden, including as part of a shrub border or as specimens, hedges, or ground covers.

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A very popular woody ornamental planting choice for many gardeners and designers, the Euonymus alatus also known as Winged Burning Bush because of it's brilliant colors changes in the Autumn (green to bright red in full sun). This plant choice is so important because of it's great diversity as it refers to uses. It can be used as a single ornamental piece, mass planted in small or large groups depending on your space and finally as a low or high hedge separating property and garden views. The burning bush can be planted at a distance of up to 7 feet from one another and still eventually create a very respectable screen. Much of the time the planting plan is determined by expected timelines such as how long someone want to wait for the anticipated design result.

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Burning Bush has the most wonderful bright red coloration throughout the Autumn season.

Before you get too concerned be confident that you are dealing with one of the easiest plants in the category of hedging material.

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Fertilization after your initial planting is a minor issue, if soil drains well. Watering for most plant material in a man made environment should be consistent and available. Watering is all determined by the time of year, sun exposure, weather conditions and soil makeup.
Anyone who plants a plant into the ground will know their soil just because they dug into it.

Noteworthy Characteristics

Nice autumn color and ornamental fruit. All parts cause mild stomach discomfort if eating.

Care

Tolerates most any well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. Evergreens need a sheltered site, while variegated plants show best in sun.

Propagation

As soon as seeds ripen, sow them in containers in a cold frame. Deciduous species can be started from greenwood cuttings in summer. Propagate evergreen species in summer from semi-ripe cuttings.

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Appropriate Euonymus Companion Plants: Tips On What To Plant With Euonymus

Euonymus plant species arrive in a scope of shapes and sorts. They incorporate evergreen bushes, for example, evergreen (Euonymus japonicus), deciduous bushes like winged (Euonymus alatus), and evergreen vines like wintercreeper (Euonymus fortunei). Whichever you have planted in your yard, you'll have to discover euonymus friend plants that supplement them. Read on for a few hints on what to plant with euonymus. Euonymus Plant Companions Plants that function admirably with euonymus are named euonymus friend plants. They may look decent beside euonymus as a result of differentiating shape, surface or shading.

The initial step is to assess the euonymus plants developing in your garden. It is safe to say that they are vines or bushes? Do they lose their leaves in winter or would they say they are evergreen? What shading is the foliage? What do the blossoms resemble? When you distinguish the attributes of the plants you as of now have, you are prepared to start a look for euonymus plant colleagues. Whatever euonymus species flourish in your yard are clearly a solid match for your atmosphere. You'll have to discover euonymus sidekick plants that additionally develop well in your general vicinity. The U.S. Division of Agriculture has made making sense of this somewhat less demanding by building up a strength zone framework. It partitions the nation into zones in view of atmosphere and winter temperatures. Discover what zone you live in and just consider euonymus plant colleagues that are proper for that zone.

Plants that Work Well with Euonymus Pick plants that diverge from your euonymus bushes or vines. For example, if your plants are fundamentally green with no berries, blooms or decorations, consider partner plants that offer somewhat streak. Brilliant blooms are one method for accomplishing this difference. Architects prescribe underplanting evergreen bushes with blooming globules to light up the garden in spring and summer. Another thought is to plant diverse sorts of euonymus together to make that differentiation. Think about Emerald 'n' Gold euonymus. These exquisite bushes have variegated leaves with a trace of pink hue amid the cool season. Keep in mind that green foliage isn't all a similar shading. Basically utilizing bushes in varying shades of green may give adequate differentiation. You can likewise plant bushes with differentiating shapes. Blend sections with mounding structures and pyramids with cover shapes. Basically, plants that function admirably with euonymus in your yard are those that are distinctive somehow from your bushes or vines. The complexity tallies.

Introduction:Euonymus/juːˈɒnɪməs/is an assortment of blossoming plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. Ordinary names change by and large among different species and between different English-talking countries, yet fuse pivot (or shaft tree), devouring growth, strawberry-support, wahoo, wintercreeper, or basically euonymus. It includes around 130 species[2][3] of deciduous and evergreen shrubs, little trees and lianas. They are by and large nearby to East Asia, connecting with the Himalayas,[4] and they are also scattered in Europe, Australasia, North America, and Madagascar. 50 species are endemic to China.

Description:The unnoticeable blooms occur in little social affairs, and can be green, yellow, pink or maroon in shading depending upon species.[4] The leaves are converse (occasionally exchange) and direct ovoid, normally 2– 15 cm long, and as a general rule with a finely serrated edge. The normal item is a pink or white four-or five-valved case like berry, which parts open to reveal the substantial secured orange or red seeds.

The seeds are eaten by frugivorous flying animals, which process the husky seed coat and disperse the seeds in their droppings. Various species are used for restorative use, and parts of the plants can be poisonous to individuals.




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Considering its size and diameter, this flower is very tiny but very flashy and grows up to 5 m. Although it is seen as a bush plant, there is also a species of fruit, such as ivy and tree. Thick and very bright leaves can grow up to 8 cm. The greatest feature of the flower is to stay alive for 12 months and to protect its luster in winter. The plant that blooms in summer also has small fruit like capsules.
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This plant, which loves more warm climate, should therefore not be grown in very cold areas. This may cause the flower to dry out. No matter how much water is exposed to the fearless flower on the water, it does not show signs of decay. Pruning is also very satisfactory in the level of pruning does not need to prune.

1.The sixteenth plant is among the plants that do not need excessive care.
2.Drinking should be done regularly against the crustacea.
3.It will be faster to grow a hot field.
Watering should be done to keep the soil moist.
4.Pruning should not be done during this period as the warmest month is loved.
5.Pruning at regular intervals will yield much more efficiency.
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From The Eastern Black Sea this plant is spreading to the world, and this plant has reached to Europe and the Balkans for time. It is also known that the plant is grown in Iran. 120 varieties known to be found in such different varieties of the plant is possible with the fruity. The average life expectancy of the plant, also known as Karayemiş, reaches up to 50 years. Then the growth of the plant will slow down and the extremities of the branches will be visible to the institutions. The plant's resistance to colds still makes it possible for the leaves to turn orange in the winter and to be poured in the most difficult winter conditions. Having an extremely oily body, the tree's bark is thick and handy enough to be peeled off. In ancient times small waterways were built using the shells of the tree.
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An excellent choice for a colorful hedge, this evergreen shrub displays dense, bold green and gold variegated foliage on an upright growth habit. This tough shrub is adaptable to adverse conditions and tolerates poor, lean soils. Versatile and easy to care for, it requires minimal attention once established, but takes well to regular pruning.

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Euonymus Ovatus Aureus makes for a beautiful topiary standard tree due to its burst of vibrant yellow and green variegated foliage. It has an average growth rate so Euonymus topiary plants are easy to maintain and they only need to be trimmed once a year; around spring time.
Best Features: Evergreen, variegated foliage, year round interest
Ideal For: Garden features, patios, doorways and entrance ways
Growth Rate: Average | 20-40cm a year
Position: Full sun, partial shade; moist-normal soils; sheltered or exposed; inland or coastal
Also Consider: Euonymus hedging or Photinia topiary standards.
Best4Hedging have a fantastic range of Topiary and our Euonymus Lollipops are no exception. They make lovely evergreen specimens and can be used in a multitude of planting schemes. If you only have a limited amount of space, Euonymus japonicus Ovatus Aureus Standards are ideal as they utilise your vertical space. Our choice of sizes make it easy to find a Euonymus topiary plant for your garden. From large statement specimens, to smaller plants that look great in pairs.

Popular uses for Euonymus lollipop trees
Euonymus Lollipops are perfect for making a statement and can be placed in pairs or on their own.
Combine Euonymus Ovatus Aureus standard trees with
Plant alone for a stunning feature.
Growth rate of Euonymus japonicus Ovatus Aureus tree
An average growing species, Euonymus will achieve 20-40cm a year.
How to care for your topiary tree
We suggest trimming your Euonymus Topiary once a year in spring or summer. Please view the Best4Hedging Care and Planting instructions in our Advice section.
Euonymus Standards are available year round. We do have more sizes available so if you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for please give us a call.

The vast majority of our plants are UK grown, however we do on occasion source our Euonymus topiary from carefully chosen growers overseas. In this instance we go to great length to ensure their quality cannot be beaten elsewhere. At Best4hedging we always strive to bring you the freshest, highest quality plants whilst keeping our prices competitive, so you can source Euonymus japonicus Standards from us with complete confidence.

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companion plants that complement them.Read on for some tips on what to plant with euonymus;
Euonymus Plant Companions Plants that work well with euonymus are termed euonymus companion plants. They may look nice next to euonymus because of contrasting shape, texture or color. The first step is to evaluate the euonymus plants growing in your garden. Are they vines or shrubs? Do they lose their leaves in winter or are they evergreen? What color is the foliage? What do the flowers look like? Once you identify the characteristics of the plants you already have, you are ready to begin a search for euonymus plant companions. Whatever euonymus species thrive in your yard are obviously a good fit for your climate. You’ll need to find euonymus companion plants that also grow well in your area.1169.jpg
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Find out what zone you live in and only consider euonymus plant companions that are appropriate for that zone. Plants that Work Well with Euonymus Pick plants that contrast with your euonymus shrubs or vines. For instance, if your plants are basically green without any berries, flowers or frills, consider companion plants that offer a little flash. Bright flowers are one way of achieving this contrast. Designers recommend underplanting evergreen shrubs with flowering bulbs to brighten up the garden in spring and summer. Another idea is to plant different types of euonymus together to create that contrast. Consider Emerald ‘n’ Gold euonymus. These lovely shrubs have variegated leaves with a hint of pink coloration during the cold season. Don’t forget that green foliage is not all the same color. Simply using shrubs in differing shades of green may provide sufficient contrast. You can also plant shrubs with contrasting shapes. Mix columns with mounding forms and pyramids with carpet forms. Essentially, plants that work well with euonymus in your yard are those that are different in some way from your shrubs or vines. It’s the contrast that counts.

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Here are a few special types of euonymus to consider for your garden:
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One poplar euonymus shrub for USDA hardiness zones 4 through 8 is called ‘burning bush’ (Euonymus alatus ‘Fire Ball’). It grows to about 3 feet (.9 m.) high and wide, but accepts trimming, shaping and shearing. In the autumn, the long green leaves turn brilliant red.
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Another versatile member of the euonymus shrub family is called ‘green boxwood.’ Its dark green leaves are glossy and stay on the plant all year long. Easy maintenance, green boxwood accepts trimming and shaping.
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Also take a look at euonymus ‘Gold Splash’ (Gold Splash® Euonymus fortunei ‘Roemertwo’). It is hardy to zone 5 and offers large, rounded green leaves edges with thick gold bands. This showy plant is a stand-out and very easy to please in terms of soil and pruning

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/shrubs/euonymus/euonymus-plant-varieties.htm

This plant is planted outside of my house and it is in two shades (yellow+green). I have added some of my own pictures below.

General Description

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindle tree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Resembling variegated common boxwood in its small, white-rimmed, deep-green leaves and its dwarf upright habit, Silver Princess™ looks great year-round. The leaves and habit are both slightly larger than those of the cultivar 'Microphyllus Albomarginata'. Insignificant yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree selections, Silver Princess™ rarely if ever fruits.


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This relatively cold-tender shrub tolerates a wide range of growing environments including clay and acid soils, full sun to full shade, and salt spray. Dry shady conditions promote mildew. It is amenable to heavy pruning and works well as an edging or dwarf hedge. It is also ideal for coastal plantings or as a specimen or accent. Use it in containers in areas with severe winters.
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Types and classes

Here are a few special types of euonymus to consider for your garden: One poplar euonymus shrub for USDA hardiness zones 4 through 8 is called ‘burning bush’ (Euonymus alatus ‘Fire Ball’). It grows to about 3 feet (.9 m.) high and wide, but accepts trimming, shaping and shearing. In the autumn, the long green leaves turn brilliant red. Another versatile member of the euonymus shrub family is called ‘green boxwood.’

Its dark green leaves are glossy and stay on the plant all year long. Easy maintenance, green boxwood accepts trimming and shaping. Also take a look at euonymus ‘Gold Splash’ (Gold Splash® Euonymus fortunei ‘Roemertwo’). It is hardy to zone 5 and offers large, rounded green leaves edges with thick gold bands. This showy plant is a stand-out and very easy to please in terms of soil and pruning. Golden euonymus (Euonymus japonicus ‘Aureo-marginatus’) is another eye-popping shrub in this genus that makes an excellent addition to the landscape. Its forest green color is set off by bright yellow variegation. American euonymus (Euonymus americanus) has the appealing common names of strawberry bush or “hearts-a-busting.”

It is among the deciduous types of euonymus and grows to 6 feet (3.8 m.) tall. It produces greenish-purple flowers followed by showy red seed capsules. For even taller types of euonymus, try evergreen euonymus (Euonymus japonicus), a dense shrub that grows to 15 feet (4.5 m.) tall and half that wide. It is loved for its leathery leaves and small white flowers. For different euonymus plants that are good for ground cover, consider winter-creeper euonymus (Euonymus fortunei).

It might be the right shrub for you for you. Evergreen and only 6 inches (15 cm.) high, it can climb to 70 feet (21 m.) with the appropriate structure. It offers dark green leaves and greenish-white flowers.
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Dear ctrl-alt-nwo

sir,

I am very happy to see post of my kind and generous mentor after fifteen days and i hope you are fine . Your posts are a big source of learning for me because Steemit is platform of learning and thoughts sharing . I am not good in writing but I tried to provide as much information about this beautiful plant as i could.

Introduction

Euonymus is a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine family. It comprises about 130 species of deciduous and small trees. They are mostly native to East Asia and also distributed in North America, Australasia, and Madagascar. Thay are available in a wide range of colors and sizes, and include both evergreen and deciduous types of euonymus.

Scientific classification

  • Kingdom : Plantae
  • (unranked): Angiosperms
  • (unranked): Eudicots
  • (unranked): Rosids
  • Order : Celastrales
  • Family : Celastraceae
  • Subfamily : Celastroideae
  • Genus : Euonymus

Planting Techniques

You should keep in your mind that use shovel or spade to crumb the ground soil well and completely drench the root ball before covering it with soil. The soil should be loose in the first year .

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Euonymus shrubs are really easy to grow and adapt faster following these tips.

Burning Bush Euonymus is great fall color everywhere, but not if you plant it in the shade … it stays green. Euonymus shrubs all do best in full sun. They will adapt to most soils easily. Preparing your planting spot for fast root growth is what you want to do.Euonymus japonicus Aureo marginatus-500x500.jpg

Loose soil promotes rapid root growth and faster drought tolerance.
Dig the holes for your Burning Bush Euonymus bushes twice as wide and deep as the roots. Use your shovel to shred the ground soil well. Be sure to completely soak the root ball before covering it with soil. To keep the soil loose the first year and really get fast action, mix compost or humus into the soil when planting.Euonymus-japonicus-aureo-marginatus-3.jpg

Give your Dwarf Variegated Euonymus a booster shot to stop transplant shock.
A dose of MiracleGro at planting time really works wonders at perking up a newly installed landscape brush. Repeating the instant feeding every month until fall will make a huge difference in how fast your Euonymus grows. You’ll also want to water it regularly so it’s not struggling to survive. You want to direct all the effort into creating vigorous roots.A196-22.jpg

Pruning lightly is best with most of these landscaping shrubs.
Greenspire Euonymus won’t require shearing at all for a nice soft shape. If you want more geometric and formal flair, all Euonymus are shearable. But shearing is work that you don’t have to do with these great landscape plants.12374.jpg

These tips will help you make Euonymus bushes a low maintenance plant in your yard.
If you prefer the once a year fertilizer method, by all means switch over to slow release plant food after the instant booster of MiracleGro. It’s that instant availability that really makes a difference in adapting fast to your soil and climate.
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@ctrl-alt-nwo, That's pretty outstanding information giving about Euonymus plant. An excellent choice for a colorful hedge, this evergreen shrub displays dense, bold green and gold variegated foliage on an upright growth habit. This tough shrub is adaptable to adverse conditions and tolerates poor, lean soils. Versatile and easy to care for, it requires minimal attention once established, but takes well to regular pruning.

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The genus Euonymus is comprised of 175 species of shrubs, trees, and climbers grown for their attractive foliage, interesting fruit, and good autumn color. Most are native to Asia. Euonymus have a variety of uses in the garden, including as part of a shrub border or as specimens, hedges, or groundcovers.
Nice autumn color and ornamental fruit. All parts cause mild stomach discomfort if eaten.
Tolerates most any well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. Evergreens need a sheltered site, while variegated plants show best in sun.
As soon as seeds ripen, sow them in containers in a cold frame. Deciduous species can be started from greenwood cuttings in summer. Propagate evergreen species in summer from semi-ripe cuttings.
Witches' broom, stem dieback, powdery mildew, and fungal spots. Some pests and diseases can cause problems both in the garden and indoors, including mites, scale insects, leaf miners, aphids, and mealybugs.

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I founded images from google and details source of http://www.finegardening.com/genus/euonymus.

We are always waiting for you to present information about a new plant among us

Euonymus is a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. Common names vary widely among different species and between different English-speaking countries, but include spindle (or spindle tree), burning-bush, strawberry-bush, wahoo, wintercreeper, or simply euonymus. It comprises about 130 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs, small trees and lianas. They are mostly native to East Asia, extending to the Himalayas,and they are also distributed in Europe, Australasia, North America, and Madagascar. 50 species are endemic to China.Euonymus-japonicus-aureo-marginatus-3.jpg1169.jpg

Euonymus europaeus foliage and fruit
Scientific classification
Kingdom: plantae

(unranked); Angiosperms

(unranked): Eudicots

(unranked): Rosids

Order: Celastrales

Family: Celastraceae

Subfamily: Celastroideae

Genus: Euonymus
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Here is my short comment :) I like this tree! Thanks for photos and information. I don't want to copy and paste something from google just want to share some photos I found and liked it;


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Euonymus Shrubs are easy to grow and priovide colour all year long, the Burnung Bush, Euonymus alatus is spectacular during Autumn
We offer different types of Euonymus: the Euonymus alatus which originates from Japan and the Euonymus fortuneii varieties are from Korea.

The Euonymus alatus is also known as Cardinals Hat due to the shape of the seedpod in bright orange red. In autumn the foliage of the Euonymus alatus turns purple first and than becomes bright red this is quite a spectacle to see. Hence its change in colour; the shrubs is also known as Burning Bush. The Euonymus fortuneii varieties are dwarf in growth, evergreen and variegated, very versatile for the border, up against a wall, trimmed to be a ground cover or as a freestanding shrub.

This remarkable and slow-growing shrub from China and Japan is relatively inconspicuous in summer, but suddenly becomes a highlight in autumn when the foliage catches fire with brilliant crimson tints. These are most vivid in full sun, although it grows reasonably well in shade. The summer flowers are insignificant, but they are followed by attractive purple and red fruits which split open to form four winged lobes with a bright orange seed at the centre. 'Compactus' is a smaller and denser variety, and will make a fine informal hedge.

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Euonymus

Euonymus, genus of about 170 species of shrubs, woody climbers, and small trees, in the staff tree family (Celastraceae), native to temperate Asia, North America, and Europe. The genus includes many popular landscape ornamental shrubs and ground covers.


Emerald Gaiety euonymus shrub.

Winter creeper euonymus (E. fortunei, or E. radicans), from East Asia, climbs by aerial rootlets; it has glossy, evergreen leaves and clusters of greenish flowers followed by orange fruits. Its many cultivated varieties include bigleaf, glossy, sarcoxie, baby, longwood, and purpleleaf, widely used in landscaping.

Wintercreeper

The winged spindle tree (E. alata), also called burning bush (q.v.), is a handsome shrub with corky winged stems. The common spindle tree (E. europaea), which grows to 6 m (20 feet), keeps its pink and orange fruits after the leaves fall. In eastern Europe gutta-percha resin is extracted from this plant. The wood is used for pegs and spindles. Several varieties of the spindle tree are grown as ornamentals.

Euonymus japonicus 'Microphyllus

Another species called burning bush is E. atropurpurea, also known as wahoo, from eastern North America; it is similar to E. europaea but has reddish fruits. The strawberry bush (E. americana) from the same region is lower and has pinkish fruits.


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Good comment, Mark !

Hey sir, i hope you are fine and doing great, last time I tried to provide as much information as i could, but it seems that it didn't work so today i try to give precise information about this beautiful plant.
As you said 200 words? I will keep that in mind :)

Introduction
The genus Euonymus is comprised of 175 species of shrubs, trees, and climbers grown for their attractive foliage, interesting fruit, and good autumn color. Most are native to Asia. Euonymus have a variety of uses in the garden, including as part of a shrub border or as specimens, hedges, or groundcovers.

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, ground cover or specimen plants.


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Disclaimers: All the images and text are taken from Google and is only for informational purpose :)

Physical Characteristics:
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Euonymus europaeus is a deciduous Shrub growing to 6 m (19ft 8in).

It is hardy to zone (UK) 3. It is in flower from May to June, and the seeds ripen from Sep to November. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects.Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very alkaline soils.
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It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It prefers dry or moist soil.
Habitats
Woodland Garden Sunny Edge; Dappled Shade; Shady Edge;

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Edible Uses:
Edible Parts: Manna; Oil.
Edible Uses: Colouring; Oil.

An edible yellow dye is obtained from the fruit and seed[46, 61, 103, 183]. Pink from the fruit case, orange from the seed[141]. These reports should be treated with some caution since many members of this genus are poisonous. One report suggests that the plant is a source of a manna[183], there are no further details.
Medicinal Uses

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Alterative; Cholagogue; Hepatic; Laxative; Parasiticide; Purgative; Stimulant; Tonic.

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The bark is alterative, cholagogue, hepatic, laxative, stimulant and tonic[4, 7]. The root bark is the part normally used, though bark from the stems is sometimes employed as a substitute[4]. In small doses it stimulates the appetite, in larger doses it irritates the intestines[4]. The bark is especially useful in the treatment of liver disorders which follow or accompany fevers[4]. The seeds are strongly emetic and purgative[4]. The fresh leaves, and the dried fruit and seeds, are used externally to treat scabies, lice (head, body or pubic), ticks and other skin parasites[268].

Other Uses
Charcoal; Dye; Insecticide; Latex; Oil; Parasiticide; Wood.

The whole plant yields a volatile oil that is used in soap making[13, 46]. Other reports say that the oil is obtained from the seed[46, 61, 103, 115]. It is possible that there are two oils, an essential oil from the plant and an oil from the seed[K]. A good yellow dye is obtained from the fleshy coating around the seeds[4]. This becomes green with the addition of alum, but unfortunately both colours are rather fugitive[4]. The baked and powdered berries are used to remove lice from the hair[6, 19, 66], they are also used as an insecticide[15]. The leaves are used[115]. Roots yield up to 4% gutta-percha, a non elastic rubber used as an electrical insulation and for making plastics[74]. Wood - very hard, easily split, fine-grained, not durable[4, 6, 13, 46]. Used for spindles, skewers, knitting needles, toothpicks, carving etc[6, 100, 103]. A high quality charcoal is obtained from the wood, it is used by artists[46, 74, 103, 115].
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Every single plant is a plant that can be used to create a green texture even under conditions that the green plant can not tolerate.
Each dem green species is leafy, while green species in the summer are grown because of the beautiful foliage colors and red fruits.
The plant landscape, which is extremely suitable for pruning and shaping, gives a tropical image.
Formal gardens are also suitable for use in topiary. It is also a very good fence plant. It can be used as an element that gathers the eye in a landscape by pruning in different shapes.

When used in groups, it imparts a very heavy greenness, the size can be adjusted by pruning, so it can function like a low-floor groundbreaking shrub, and as a higher shrub group it can also function as a green building element to distinguish between different uses in one area.
Leaves can be used to plant plants that have colored leaves or showy flowers due to heavy planting and hanging to the bottom of the plant.
It is also suitable for growing on concrete floors such as roofs, balconies, terraces where there is no natural drainage.

Temperature: Every dem green species is damaged in the cold. It grows in temperate and warm climates.
Light: The sun develops very well in abundant areas, but semi-shadow situations can also occur. Even where the air temperature falls below zero, it is not damaged.
Water: It is a plant that will remove any kind of irrigation. Green image protection can be achieved with a normal irrigation.
Pruning: Pruning is rarely needed. When used as a coin, it needs pruning.
Soil: Soil is not as selective as will. It can be grown in any kind of soil, including in calcareous soil. But they prefer fertile, humus clay soils.
Production: Reproductions are seed and steel. Every dem green species is produced with steel while seed is produced with production.

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The genus "Euonymus" includes 175 different euonymus plants, from dwarf shrubs to tall trees and vines. They are known as "spindal treez", but each species also has its own common name. If you are selecting Euonymus plant varieties for your landscape, read on. You will 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 will find that they are availabe 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, ground covet or specimen plants.

Popular Euonymus Plant Varieties

Here are a few special types of euonymus to consider for your garden:

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One popular euonymus shrub is called burning bush (Euonymus alatus 'Fire Ball'). It grows to about 3 feet high and wide, but accepts trimming, shaping and shearing. In the autumn, the long green leaves turn brilliant red.

Another versatile member of the euonymus shrub family is called green boxwood. Its dark green leaves are glossy and stay on the plant all year long. Easy maintanance, green boxwood accepts trimming and shaping.

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Also take a look at euonymus Gold splash 'Euonymus fortunie'. It is hardy to zone 5 and offers large, rounded green leaves edges with thick gold bands. This showy plant is a stand-out and very easy to please in terms of soil and pruning.

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Golden euonymus ( Euonymus japonicus) is another eye-popping shrub in this genus that makes an excellent addition to the landscape. Its forest green color is set off by bright yellow variegation.

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American euonymus (Euonymus americanus) has the appealing common names of strawberry bush of "hearts-a-busting". It is among thr deciduous types of euonymus and grow to 6 feet tall. It produces greenish-purple flowers followed by showy ref seed capsules.

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For ever taller types of euonymus, try evergreen euonymus (Euonymus japonicus), a dense shrub that grows to 15 feet tall and half that wide. It is loved for its leathery leaves and small white flowers.

For different euonymus plants that are good for ground cover, consider winter-creeper euonymus (Euonymus fortunei). It might be the right shrub for you.
Evergreen and only 6 inches high, it can climb to 70 feet with the appropriate structure. It offers dark green leaves and greenish white flowers.

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Euonymus is known by many names, according to the locals, as las vegas, black eaters, karamas and laz cherries. Particularly in the black sea region, a popular plant fruit is very popular, but those who are not accustomed to the taste have a strange taste that does not like the fruit of the fresh plant.
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Properties of Euonymus Plant
Approximately 5-6 meters in length, they do not spoil the leaves of winter and open white flowers in April-May in the form of upright clusters. Leaves 4-6 cm wide and 10-15 cm long. Laz cherries did not say wasted fruit juice was like this name because they resemble cherries. When mature, the color becomes purplish and black, just like mature cherry.
Taste is not as tasty as cherry, but the black sea loves the fruit of the plant because the people are accustomed. Most of our country grows in the wilderness as it grows in ornamental plants and gardens as well.
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Mainland Turkey, is said to be the Caucasus and Eastern Europe. We said that it was grown as an ornamental plant as it grows wild in the Black Sea region. Fruits are consumed by drying and consumed by drying in the ground-frying oven.
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Benefits of Euonymus Plant
It is used as liquid soothing, cough cutter, abdominal pain, spasm and nausea remover distilled from fresh leaves of Euonymus. For this, daily doses of 1 to 8 grams are drunk three times in the morning, at noon and evening, and overdosing can lead to abdominal pain and vomiting poisoning. Plant water also enters into certain drug formations as a flavor and fragrance.
Fresh fruits of the plant have urine boosting and stone reducing effects. Drops of dried berries in the pulverized seeds are taken in the morning and 1-2 cups of coffee are taken.
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Euonymus is grown with green steel. Temperate temperate can be used in the economic climate as well as live. However, they do not like long and cold. They are resistant to the Mediterranean climate. Stable soil. There is a shadow to write. Japan and Korea live in their natural environment. The lengths of the leaves were 1 to 3 centimeters. Leaves are green, veins are lighter. The flowers are vague. Root of Euonymus branches.

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The production of the taflan plant is made by seeding with steel. The steels are prepared in green steel form when they are 10 cm long in autumn (September - October). Rooted steels are removed in spring and taken to development pads. Steel picking should be done at the beginning of summer months in euonymus production. When the length reaches 10 centimeters, the green steels are planted in low tunnels. When it comes to the autumn months, roots are obtained from almost all of the roots. Rooted steels are picked up on development pads in open fields in autumn and grown for a year.

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The types of taflan plant are on the face. It is known as Japan, Korea, and China as the starting point of Euonymus. In our country it is known as taflan karayemiş. It is common in the Black Sea region especially on the roadsides. The species that grow in our country are known as water, baggage, wild, sickle, ayran, cherry.
Taflan plant is produced with seed and steel. Since the method of producing by seed takes a long time, it is not a preferred method of production. The steel method is usually used in euonymus production. Thus, the production process becomes shorter.

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Irrigation is important for the care of the euonymus plant. Water-loving plants come between. The soil must be kept moist. It is a plant that likes nemo and needs high humidity. The leaves of this plant should also be irrigated. In cold weather and in the fall water demand is reduced. You should reduce the amount of water you will need in the fall. They always look green. No soil selectivity. It is a plant that can also be grown in calcareous soil. Since green species will suffer from cold, it is better to grow in temperate climates.

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Thanks for good informations :)

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Another smart flower post by @ctrl-alr-nwo sir..

Euonymus is a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. Common names vary widely among different species and between different English-speaking countries, but include spindle (or spindle tree), burning-bush, strawberry-bush, wahoo, wintercreeper, or simply euonymus. It comprises about 130 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs, small trees and lianas. They are mostly native to East Asia, extending to the Himalayas, and they are also distributed in Europe, Australasia, North America, and Madagascar. 50 species are endemic to China.
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Scientific classification...

  1. Kingdom: Plantae
  2. (unranked): Angiosperms
  3. (unranked): Eudicots
  4. (unranked): Rosids
  5. Order: Celastrales
  6. Family: Celastraceae
  7. Subfamily: Celastroideae
  8. Genus: Euonymus L.

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The inconspicuous flowers occur in small groups, and can be green, yellow, pink or maroon in color depending on species.[4] The leaves are opposite (rarely alternate) and simple ovoid, typically 2–15 cm long, and usually with a finely serrated margin. The fruit is a pink or white four- or five-valved pod-like berry, which splits open to reveal the fleshy-coated orange or red seeds.

The seeds are eaten by frugivorous birds, which digest the fleshy seed coat and disperse the seeds in their droppings. Many species are used for medicinal use, and parts of the plants can be poisonous to humans.
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The wood of some species was traditionally used for the making of spindles for spinning wool; this use is the origin of the British English name of the shrubs.

Euonymus are popular garden shrubs, grown for their foliage, the deciduous species often exhibiting very bright red autumnal colours, and also for the decorative berries.
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Wel done and perfect work sir...
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Oh yeah, it's a beautiful plant! A common shrub of which there are many varieties and both evergreen and deciduous. Most of the evergreen varieties are grown for their colourful, strongly coloured foliage and these are the fortunei cultivars.

For ease of reference, although this is a selection of evergreen shrubs and most Euonymus are evergreen, it is worth mentioning here that there is a commonly grown, deciduous variety illustrated top centre, Euonymus 'Red Cascade' which has strong autumn colour and berries.

Euonymus is a versatile, easy to grow evergreen shrub, with some of the best variegated foliage of any garden shrub. They are often overlooked as a simple commonplace shrub, but to do so would under estimate their garden value as a maintenance free garden shrub with lovely variegated foliage. Thank you @ctrl-alt-nwo

https://www.sundaygardener.co.uk/euonymus.html

This is a very nice looking plant.I wish i had that in front of my house.Lets see what i can get for you
Botanical Name:Euonymus europaeus
Family:Celastraceae (spindle tree) family
Also known as:European spindle tree, common spindle
Where is it originally from?:Europe
Description:The inconspicuous flowers occur in small groups, and can be green, yellow, pink or maroon in color depending on species.[4] The leaves are opposite (rarely alternate) and simple ovoid, typically 2–15 cm long, and usually with a finely serrated margin. The fruit is a pink or white four- or five-valved pod-like berry, which splits open to reveal the fleshy-coated orange or red seeds.The seeds are eaten by frugivorous birds, which digest the fleshy seed coat and disperse the seeds in their droppings. Many species are used for medicinal use, and parts of the plants can be poisonous to humans.index12.jpg
Cultivation and uses:The wood of some species was traditionally used for the making of spindles for spinning wool;[6] this use is the origin of the British English name of the shrubs.Euonymus are popular garden shrubs, grown for their foliage, the deciduous species often exhibiting very bright red autumnal colours, and also for the decorative berries.variegated-boxwood-2_1024x1024.jpg
What damage does it do?:Forms dense thickets in the open and in the shade, blocking light and space for native understorey plants and seedlings.
That's all from me all the information collected from wiki and various sources.

Such a beautiful tree.It's a treat to watch kinds of tree.I am trying to find something for you @ctrl-alt-nwo sir.I always wait for your post.
Description:The inconspicuous flowers occur in small groups, and can be green, yellow, pink or maroon in color depending on species.[4] The leaves are opposite (rarely alternate) and simple ovoid, typically 2–15 cm long, and usually with a finely serrated margin. The fruit is a pink or white four- or five-valved pod-like berry, which splits open to reveal the fleshy-coated orange or red seeds.images9.jpg
Cultivation and uses*The wood of some species was traditionally used for the making of spindles for spinning wool;[6] this use is the origin of the British English name of the shrubs.
Euonymus are popular garden shrubs, grown for their foliage, the deciduous species often exhibiting very bright red autumnal colours, and also for the decorative berries.

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BURNING BUSH EUONYMUS

The euonymus group consists of trees and low-growing shrubs with variable habits that make them valuable in different garden designs. The most often used euonymus is the burning bush, and, like it, many euonymus varieties feature stunning fall color. Others are grown for their showy fruits, typically hot pink and orange, or sprawling evergreen habit.

Burning bush euonymus is a large, flat-topped deciduous shrub in the bittersweet family. It's native to a large part of northeastern China and adjacent areas of Korea and Japan. Usually, it's seen as a much-branched wide spreading shrub growing 8-10 feet tall, though 20-foot specimens with a spread of 25 feet aren't uncommon.

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The intense fall colour of the Burning Bush, Euonymus alatus, lights up the landscape with its pinks and reds. Native to eastern Asia, it is a deciduous shrub also known as Winged Spindle.

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Burning Bush, Euonymus alatus, provides winter interest with its bright red berries.

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Burning bush, is popular as an ornamental shrub for its brilliant red autumn coloration and is a one of the choices for bonsai enthusiasts.

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One of my relatives does invasive species control work in NY and it has come to my attention that Euonymus alatus has the ability to reroot when cut. In one of the New York parks where I live, multiple large trunks were cut to the ground and then left on-site. These trunks actually rooted along the stem into the ground even though they were severed from the original root system. One bush can quickly turn into 3-4 bushes if cut into pieces and left on the ground. It doesn't happen 100% of the time, from what I can see, some of the branches die, while others send roots back into the ground. I suspect adequate moisture is necessary.Not a single piece of literature I have encountered mentions this fact.

Has anyone else ever seen Euonymus alatus do this before? Also I guess this is a general warning to anyone who works with this plant, and wants to control it.

Another great plant share us after a long time @ctrl-alt-nwo
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Euonymus Hedge Plants

Euonymus is a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. A family of which consists of over 130 species including both deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees. For those unfamiliar with Euonymus hedging plants, you may recognise its English name, Spindle. Its secondary name originated from its historical use as the wood from some species was traditionally used for the making of spindles for spinning wool. Over time, their cultivation has seen this species appear frequently across the UK for the countless benefits they provide for our gardens and their unique appearance makes them popular in garden designs and throughout the show garden community. Their popularity stems from their ornamental foliage and their ability to establish a formal, structured look as they are utilised for garden borders to showcase pathways, create focal points and to highlight other garden features such as larger hedges or sculptures. When left to grow, their bushy habit allows them to create an informal look which therefore gives you the opportunity to create a more relaxed atmosphere than those trimmed to shape. Here at Hedges Direct, we have a fantastic selection of the best Euonymus hedging plants for you. Access the brightly coloured, variegated foliage that offer unique shades and patterns of green, whites, yellows and pinks. As our Euonymus plants are evergreen, their fantastic foliage is present year.

Most Popular Euonymus Hedging Plants

Euonymus fortune Emerald n Gold makes your garden look fit for the Queen with its bright green leaves edged in gold; the perfect garden jewel. Its colourful interest doesn’t stop there as it welcomes winter as the foliage transforms into soft shades of pink and red. For similar looking foliage, Euonymus japonicas ‘Ovatus Aureus’ plants offer variegated leaves, this time displaying dark green leaves with bright yellow outlines. In addition to its delightful foliage, summer green flowers appear in spring, occasionally followed by pink fruits. For alternative foliage colour, consider the white tinted patterns of Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gaiety' and Euonymus japonicus ‘Kathy’. Both species exhibit polished, dark green leaves with a unique outline of white/silver. However, Euonymus fortune ‘Emerald Gaiety’ produces small, oval leaves and a more compact structure, compared to the large leaves of Euonymus japonicus ‘Kathy’ which creates a brilliant effect as they move simultaneously with a strong breeze. Euonymus japonicus ‘Jean Hugues’ displays lush, dark green, glossy foliage of a very compact nature. Hence why it is a popular alternative to Box (Buxus sempervirens) as it resembles the practicality of Box hedge plants, without the worry, Box blight – see more options in our Box alternatives and blight section.

Euonymus Pruning, Planting and Aftercare

Our Euonymus shrubs are fit for every garden as they will thrive in all types of growing conditions. These plants will thrive in moist-normal soils in shaded areas, but for their colour to fully flourish, they prefer positions exposed to full sun. For seaside gardeners, we know that you’re faced with extreme weather conditions but don’t worry, you can achieve all of your gardening goals, no matter your location when choosing Euonymus. These plants are a tough species which have an impressive success rate in all kinds of locations and coastal environments pose no threat to these hardy plants. With an average annual growth rate of 10-20cm, ideal for hedge heights of up to a metre, the variety of Euonymus hedging plants we supply are the perfect low maintenance, low growing shrubs. They simply require a quick prune in late spring in order for bushy growth to develop. They will thrive in exposed coastal and inland weather conditions, they favour no specific soil type and will grow in positions revealed to full sun and partially shaded areas.

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This is an extremely decent looking plant.I wish I had that before my house.Lets see what I can get for you

Natural Name:Euonymus europaeus

Family:Celastraceae (shaft tree) family

Additionally known as:European shaft tree, basic axle

Where is it initially from?:Europe

Description:The subtle blossoms happen in little gatherings, and can be green, yellow, pink or maroon in shading relying upon species.[4] The leaves are inverse (once in a while exchange) and straightforward ovoid, commonly 2– 15 cm long, and for the most part with a finely serrated edge. The organic product is a pink or white four-or five-valved case like berry, which parts open to uncover the plump covered orange or red seeds.The seeds are eaten by frugivorous winged creatures

Euonymus is a sort of blossoming plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. A group of which comprises of more than 130 species including both deciduous and evergreen bushes and little trees. For those new to Euonymus supporting plants, you may perceive its English name, Spindle. Its optional name started from its verifiable use as the wood from a few animal varieties was customarily utilized for the making of axles for turning fleece. After some time, their development has seen this species show up much of the time over the UK for the innumerable advantages they accommodate our greenery enclosures and their remarkable appearance makes them mainstream in plant outlines and all through the show cultivate group. Their notoriety comes from their fancy foliage and their capacity to build up a formal, organized look as they are used for plant outskirts to grandstand pathways, make central indicates and feature other garden highlights, for example, bigger supports or figures. At the point when left to develop, their rugged propensity enables them to make a casual look which subsequently gives you the chance to make a more casual climate than those trimmed to shape. Here at Hedges Direct, we have a phenomenal determination of the best Euonymus supporting plants for you. Access the brilliantly hued, variegated foliage that offer extraordinary shades and examples of green, whites, yellows and pinks. As our Euonymus plants are evergreen, their phenomenal foliage is available year.

Most Popular Euonymus Hedging Plants

Euonymus fortune Emerald n Gold influences your garden to look fit for the Queen with its splendid green leaves edged in gold; the ideal garden gem. Its brilliant intrigue doesn't stop there as it invites winter as the foliage changes into delicate shades of pink and red. For comparative looking foliage, Euonymus japonicas 'Ovatus Aureus' plants offer variegated leaves, this time showing dim green leaves with brilliant yellow diagrams. Notwithstanding its delightful foliage, summer green blooms show up in spring, sometimes took after by pink natural products. For elective foliage shading, consider the white tinted examples of Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety' and Euonymus japonicus 'Kathy'. The two species show cleaned, dull green leaves with a novel diagram of white/silver. Be that as it may, Euonymus fortune 'Emerald Gaiety' delivers little, oval leaves and a more minimal structure, contrasted with the substantial leaves of Euonymus japonicus 'Kathy' which makes a splendid impact as they move at the same time with a solid breeze. Euonymus japonicus 'Jean Hugues' showcases lavish, dull green, polished foliage of an exceptionally reduced nature. Thus why it is a well known contrasting option to Box (Buxus sempervirens) as it takes after the common sense of Box fence plants, without the stress, Box curse – see more choices in our Box choices and scourge segment.

Euonymus Pruning, Planting and Aftercare

Our Euonymus bushes are fit for each garden as they will flourish in a wide range of developing conditions. These plants will flourish in soggy typical soils in shaded zones, however for their shading to completely prosper, they lean toward positions presented to full sun. For ocean side plant specialists, we realize that you're looked with extraordinary climate conditions yet don't stress, you can accomplish the greater part of your cultivating objectives, regardless of your area while picking Euonymus. These plants are an extreme animal types which have an amazing achievement rate in a wide range of areas and seaside conditions represent no danger to these solid plants. With a normal yearly development rate of 10-20cm, perfect for fence statures of up to a meter, the assortment of Euonymus supporting plants we supply are the ideal low upkeep, low developing bushes. They essentially require a brisk prune in pre-summer all together for shaggy development to create.


Euonymus Fortunei

Amazing bush, but unfortunately recently it has undeservedly been forgotten by gardeners. But in vain. Many of its ornamental varieties are frost-hardy, unpretentious and well accustomed to the gardens of the south and the middle lane in Russia. I live in a small town, I think it will be difficult for me to find seedlings of this shrub, but if I find I will definitely advise everyone. This is also a finding for decorative gardens. Thank you for sharing.

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I have some Spindles tree in my garden.... Those are small .. I regular serving those... Here those...
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I collect some details about Spindles tress...Those are given here...

Spindle tree (officially called Euonymus europaea) has many faces. The pale green flowers are bunched together like small crosses in large clusters. The leaves and branches are green. In the autumn, the plant produces fruit which burst open and show orange seeds. After the first night frost, the leaves and berries usually fall from the bush. But unless it’s an Arctic winter, the seed pods usually stay in place.

When i going to indian sufary ... I saw some burning bush ......and i capture them... here those....burning bush is really colorful tree

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The family of Rosaceae is a plant that shoots up to 6 meters in length and does not plow its leaves in the winter months. The flowers are white, collectively clustered together, rarely blooming in the fall.
Homeland plants with Turkey's eastern Black Sea region and later spread to Europe and America.
Benefits:

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WARNING: Fresh leaves are poisonous but dry leaves are used.

If you are looking for a new shrub for your landscape, you cannot go wrong with a euonymus shrub. This landscape favorite can be found in varieties that grow like a vine, to a shrub, to even a tree. They as a group provide year round interest from colorful foliage, interesting bark, and unique flowers and fruit. One well known euonymus is the “Burning Bush” that starts out in the spring as a green leafed shrub. As the temperatures cool, the foliage begins to turn red and in doing so this is where the name “Burning Bush” comes from. Later on in the season, red berries will form, which provide wildlife food.

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The euonymus works well in partial sun to shade and even bright sunlight. They as a group can grow in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 4 through 8. If you are afraid to plant anything new because of deer, do not worry. These shrubs are deer resistant. Beyond that, they work well in landscape design as living fences, and ground covers. The reason for this is the fact that many varieties of the euonymus can grow up to 24 inches a year under ideal conditions.

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To plant your euonymus, starts off with the proper location. The euonymus shrub can tolerate shade to direct sunlight. While the soil type is not important for this shrub, the soil drainage is very important. It will not tolerate “wet feet,” which is where the roots sit in water. Prior to planting your shrub, make sure you at least observe the ground after a rain. If you notice water pooling on the soil surface then you can safely say that the soil is not well draining. Once you have determined this, you are ready to plant.
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To begin the planting process, you will first need to dig a hole that is twice the width of the container and the same depth. After that is done, place the planted pot in the hole to check the depth and width of the hole. Adjust as needed.Once the hole has been dug, you will need to scrape the inside of the hole. Why do you need to do that? Well, the answer is simple. If you have a high level of clay in your soil make up then you have a situation by which the inside of the hole will become hard like a clay pot. This process is called glazing and this simple process will keep the roots of your plant from growing outward from the hole. The glazing itself will keep the roots in the hole by which they will just grow in a circle. This will eventually kill the plant. To prevent this, you will need to deglaze the hole. This is easily done by scraping the inside of the hole with a garden rake.Next, remove the euonymus from its container by cutting away the pot. After the roots have been exposed, examine the root ball and cut away any diseased or dead roots. Gently tease the roots with your finger to loosen them up a bit and tell them they can grow outward. Once that is done, place 2 inches of garden soil in the bottom of the hole and place the roots in the hole. Fill in with soil. Water in to remove any air bubbles and refill with soil as needed to make sure the hole’s soil level and the ground are equal.

Sprinkle a slow release fertilizer on top of the soil and top with mulch for weed control.

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Euonymus - Spindle Trees

Euonymus is a wide-ranging genus of about 170 deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs. The majority of the shrubs in the genus are native to East Asia, but the Euonymus europaeus grows naturally in many areas of Europe on the edges of forests. The genus is best known for its ornamental fruits which appear in autumn and usually hold on the tree after the leaves fall.

The common name of 'spindle tree' comes from the fact that the wood was originally used to make spindles for spinning wool, and it was perfect for this job because it has a close and solid texture. Today, the genus is widely cultivated for its ornamental value, and many gardeners plant it for its year-round interest. In spring, the genus generally offers small flowers with fresh spring foliage, over summer the lanceolate leaves are appealing, in autumn, the fruits appear and the leaves turn to vivid shades before falling and in winter the fruits open to reveal the large seeds.

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Wow! This looks so beautiful. Euonymus is a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. A family of which consists of over 130 species including both deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees. For those unfamiliar with Euonymus hedging plants, you may recognise its English name, Spindle. Its secondary name originated from its historical use as the wood from some species was traditionally used for the making of spindles for spinning wool.

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I live in kashmir and here are some photos i want to share with you .
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Of course not all the colors come from the flowers.

It is a popular ornamental plant in gardens and parks due to its bright pink or purple fruits and attractive autumn colouring, in addition to its resistance to frost and wind. It has been introduced to North America where it has become an invasive species in some areas.

In cultivation in the UK, the cultivar 'Red Cascade' has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.[2][3]

European spindle wood is very hard, and can be cut to a sharp point; it was used in the past for making spindles for wool-spinning and for butchers' skewers.[4]

Parts of the plant have been used medicinally.[5] However, the fruit is poisonous, containing, amongst other substances, the alkaloids theobromine and caffeine, as well as an extremely bitter terpene. Poisonings are more common in young children, who are enticed by the brightly coloured fruits. Ingestion can result in liver and kidney damage and even death

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Flowers in spring, foliage in summer, berries in autumn and winter - you can enjoy the spindle tree all year round.

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Spindle tree (officially called Euonymus europaea) has many faces. The pale green flowers are bunched together like small crosses in large clusters. The leaves and branches are green. In the autumn, the plant produces fruit which burst open and show orange seeds. After the first night frost, the leaves and berries usually fall from the bush. But unless it’s an Arctic winter, the seed pods usually stay in place. And really it’s then that this shrub looks its best: nothing other than branches bearing bright pink balls during season everything is still bare and colourless. Spindle tree comes as a shrub, a standard and a climber. And if you find bare branches too stripped down, there are also evergreen species.

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In general, in the form of bushes and trees in the form of bushes are also found. The leaves are arranged in elliptical form and rarely spiral. Flowers are small and difficult to see. Fruits and capsules are fruit.

Production of Euonymus (Taflan) Plant
Every dem green species is produced with steel while seed is produced with production. The steels are prepared 10 cm long and more green steel in September-October. Treated with 8% powder IBA and planted in 2 parts peat and 1 part sand in cold cushions. Rooted steels are disassembled in the spring and transferred to development pads.

Steel picking is also done in June. Green steels prepared in lengths of 7.5-10 cm are planted in low tunnels. Nearly 100% roots are obtained in the fall. These rooted steels are grown in the open development pads in the fall and grown for 1 year.

Ecological Demands of Euonymus (Taflan) Plant
Soil is not selective in will. It can also be grown in calcareous soil. In particular, each species of green species is damaged in the cold. It grows in temperate and warm climates.
Significant Diseases and Harms in Euonymus (Taflan) Plant
Shrub and crustacea are the most common diseases and harmful.

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Fantastically salt and wind tolerant which is why you so often see it as a hedge in seaside gardens. However, it has other uses. It doesn't have to live by the sea, it'll grow anywhere and it doesn't have to be a hedge. Blobs, topiary, shapely little tree, the possibilities are endless. One of its most endearing habits is being one of the first harbingers of spring. The fresh green young growth often appears at the end of February after most winters by the seaside. Inland, there's always the risk that the new growth might get damaged by late frosts but no matter, it'll quickly re-grow. Clip it into anything you like but as a shapely little tree by the seaside it's outstanding. The flowers are little yellow bobbly things and nothing to get excited about. Any old soil, sun or shade but as with most plants, the leaves will be darker green in shade. Could reach 6ft in 6 years with an eventual height of about 15ft.
Severe frost (-4°c or below) will give the leaves a glazed, pendulous look. It can look terminal but it's not. They recover wonderfully well as soon as the temperature rises.

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Euonymus occasionally succumbs to powdery mildew which is an endemic air-born fungus. Easy to identify - it looks exactly like its name. Powdery and mildewy. It's easy to treat and we suggest the following action is taken as soon as you notice the white powdery residue on the leaves (usually worst in the inner part of the plant). Give the plant a good clip, removing as much of the affected parts as possible without cutting too hard into the central branch structure. Clean up thoroughly and remove all rubbish from the area. Spray with a general purpose ready to use systemic fungicide - one that contains myclobutanil. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully and repeat treatments as necessary. This protects and cures and so can be used regularly if needed. When clipping several plants with the same tool, have a bucket containing a 5% bleach solution and swish your blades around for 30 seconds between plants to sterilise them. This will help avoid the chance of cross contamination of disease.

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Eunonymus is wonderful plant @ctrl-alt-nwo
l5beb361c6d380c77b82f37ff1ca8995a.jpgThe 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, ground cover or specimen plants. Popular Euonymus Plant Varieties Here are a few special types of euonymus to consider for your garden: One poplar euonymus shrub for USDA hardiness zones 4 through 8 is called ‘burning bush’ (Euonymus alatus ‘Fire Ball’). It grows to about 3 feet (.9 m.) high and wide, but accepts trimming, shaping and shearing. In the autumn, the long green leaves turn brilliant red. Another versatile member of the euonymus shrub family is called ‘green boxwood.’ Its dark green leaves are glossy and stay on the plant all year long. Easy maintenance, green boxwood accepts trimming and shaping. Also take a look at euonymus ‘Gold Splash’ (Gold Splash® Euonymus fortunei ‘Roemertwo’). It is hardy to zone 5 and offers large, rounded green leaves edges with thick gold bands. This showy plant is a stand-out and very easy to please in terms of soil and pruning. Golden euonymus (Euonymus japonicus ‘Aureo-marginatus’) is another eye-popping shrub in this genus that makes an excellent addition to the landscape. Its forest green color is set off by bright yellow variegation. American euonymus (Euonymus americanus) has the appealing common names of strawberry bush or “hearts-a-busting.” It is among the deciduous types of euonymus and grows to 6 feet (3.8 m.) tall. It produces greenish-purple flowers followed by showy red seed capsules. For even taller types of euonymus, try evergreen euonymus (Euonymus japonicus), a dense shrub that grows to 15 feet (4.5 m.) tall and half that wide. It is loved for its leathery leaves and small white flowers. For different euonymus plants that are good for ground cover, consider winter-creeper euonymus (Euonymus fortunei). It might be the right shrub for you for you. Evergreen and only 6 inches (15 cm.) high, it can climb to 70 feet (21 m.) with the appropriate structure. It offers dark green leaves and greenish white flowers.A196-22.jpg
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Background

Winged euonymus is a deciduous shrub introduced to North America as a horticultural species from northeastern Asia. Since its introduction to North America in the 1860’s it has been used in landscaping, along roadsides as hedges and in foundation plantings. The bright foliage of the species makes it a popular ornamental plant, contributing to its spread across the continent. It is also commonly known as “burning bush” because of its bright red foliage.

The winged euonymus is able to grow in a variety of soil types and typically found in open woods, disturbed lands and floodplains. This species behaves well in urban landscapes, but must be maintained, and should not be planted near woodlands because it can escape cultivation and invade the forest understory.

Range

Winged euonymus is distributed across the United States from Maine to northern Florida and west to Iowa and Missouri. There has been a reported increase in populations along the eastern counties of the United States. Populations have also been found in the southern parts of Ontario.

Impacts of Winged Euonymus

Creates dense thickets that crowd out and shade native plants, as well as threaten habitats such as fields and prairies.
Adaptable and can grow in a variety of habitats.
It has no predators in North America.
Can spread widely because the seeds are distributed by birds and wildlife.

How to Identify Winged Euonymus

Deciduous shrub that can grow up to 2.5 m in height.
2-4 broad, corky wings along branches.
Leaves are dark green, opposite, 2-7 cm long and 1-3 cm wide, and turn bright red in the fall.
Flowers have four greenish-yellow petals.
Fruit appear in the fall and are about 1.3 cm long.

What You Can Do

Learn how to properly identify winged euonymus and how to prevent the spread of this invasive species.
Learn about invasive plants and horticultural alternatives.
When gardening, purchase non-invasive plants from reputable suppliers.
Invasive plant species should not be composted, properly dispose of seeds, flowers, and plant parts in the garbage.
Do not transplant species from natural areas in to your garden, this can be illegal and may introduce invasive species.
Reduce the chance of spreading invasive plants and seeds by keeping pets on a leash when on trails.

Source http://www.invadingspecies.com/winged-euonymus/

Euonymus is a sort of blooming plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. A group of which comprises of more than 130 species including both deciduous and evergreen bushes and little trees. For those new to Euonymus supporting plants, you may perceive its English name, Spindle. Its auxiliary name began from its recorded use as the wood from a few animal varieties was generally utilized for the making of shafts for turning fleece. After some time, their development has seen this species show up oftentimes over the UK for the incalculable advantages they accommodate our patio nurseries and their novel appearance makes them well known in cultivate outlines and all through the show plant group. Their fame comes from their decorative foliage and their capacity to build up a formal, organized look as they are used for plant fringes to exhibit pathways, make central indicates and feature other garden highlights, for example, bigger fences or figures. At the point when left to develop, their ragged propensity enables them to make a casual look which thusly gives you the chance to make a more casual environment than those trimmed to shape. Here at Hedges Direct, we have a phenomenal determination of the best Euonymus supporting plants for you. Access the brilliantly hued, variegated foliage that offer extraordinary shades and examples of green, whites, yellows and pinks. As our Euonymus plants are evergreen, their awesome foliage is available year round so you have consistent cover and energizing interest year round.

Euonymus Fortunei 'Goldy', Wintercreeper 'Goldy', Spindle 'Goldy'

Euonymus fortune Emerald n Gold influences your garden to look fit for the Queen with its splendid green leaves edged in gold; the ideal garden gem. Its bright intrigue doesn't stop there as it invites winter as the foliage changes into delicate shades of pink and red. For comparative looking foliage, Euonymus japonicas 'Ovatus Aureus' plants offer variegated leaves, this time showing dim green leaves with brilliant yellow diagrams. Notwithstanding its delightful foliage, summer green blossoms show up in spring, once in a while took after by pink natural products. For elective foliage shading, consider the white tinted examples of Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety' and Euonymus japonicus 'Kathy'. The two species display cleaned, dull green leaves with a one of a kind blueprint of white/silver. Be that as it may, Euonymus fortune 'Emerald Gaiety' delivers little, oval leaves and a more smaller structure, contrasted with the extensive leaves of Euonymus japonicus 'Kathy' which makes a splendid impact as they move all the while with a solid breeze. Euonymus japonicus 'Jean Hugues' presentations rich, dim green, polished foliage of an extremely reduced nature. Consequently why it is a well known other option to Box (Buxus sempervirens) as it looks like the common sense of Box support plants, without the stress, Box curse – see more alternatives in our Box.

Euonymus 'Moonshadow

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Euonymus japonicus Luna
Spindle

A dense bushy variegated form

Exceptionally hardy and noted for its bright yellow and green spangled leathery leaves, Euonymus Luna offers a dramatic backdrop for other annual or perennial plants.

Where?

Though Luna can withstand extreme weather conditions, it prefers full sunlight, and partial shade for healthy, no-fuss growth. Thanks to its neat growing habits, it is low-maintenance - ideal for low hedges, ground cover, and as background foliage.
How?

Euonymus Luna grows well in moist, but well-drained soil.
Euonymus Luna can tolerate salty water, along with cold weather, making this ideal for tropical gardens as well as coastal gardens


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Gardeners who want a burst of crimson color in fall should learn how to grow a burning bush (Euonymus alatus). The plant is from a large group of shrubs and small trees in the genus Euonymous. Native to Asia, this large bush has a natural open form that shows well in borders, beds and even containers. Almost any site and soil condition is sufficient when growing burning bush plants.

  • How to Grow a Burning Bush

Burning bush grows well in USDA plant hardiness zones 4 to 8 but can become invasive in the warmer ranges. Burning bush plants may get 9 to 15 feet tall and are suitable for full sun to partial sun locations. Any soil type, including alkaline, may support burning bush growth. However, when growing burning bush, it’s best to place the shrub in sites with excellent drainage but lightly moist soil.

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Euonymus is a genus of flowering plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. A family of which consists of over 130 species including both deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees. For those unfamiliar with Euonymus hedging plants, you may recognise its English name, Spindle. Its secondary name originated from its historical use as the wood from some species was traditionally used for the making of spindles for spinning wool. Over time, their cultivation has seen this species appear frequently across the UK for the countless benefits they provide for our gardens and their unique appearance makes them popular in garden designs and throughout the show garden community. Their popularity stems from their ornamental foliage and their ability to establish a formal, structured look as they are utilised for garden borders to showcase pathways, create focal points and to highlight other garden features such as larger hedges or sculptures. When left to grow, their bushy habit allows them to create an informal look which therefore gives you the opportunity to create a more relaxed atmosphere than those trimmed to shape. Here at Hedges Direct, we have a fantastic selection of the best Euonymus hedging plants for you. Access the brightly coloured, variegated foliage that offer unique shades and patterns of green, whites, yellows and pinks. As our Euonymus plants are evergreen, their fantastic foliage is present year round so you have constant cover and exciting interest year round. image image

Our Most Popular Euonymus Hedging Plants

Euonymus fortune Emerald n Gold makes your garden look fit for the Queen with its bright green leaves edged in gold; the perfect garden jewel. Its colourful interest doesn’t stop there as it welcomes winter as the foliage transforms into soft shades of pink and red. For similar looking foliage, Euonymus japonicas ‘Ovatus Aureus’ plants offer variegated leaves, this time displaying dark green leaves with bright yellow outlines. In addition to its delightful foliage, summer green flowers appear in spring, occasionally followed by pink fruits. For alternative foliage colour, consider the white tinted patterns of Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gaiety' and Euonymus japonicus ‘Kathy’. Both species exhibit polished, dark green leaves with a unique outline of white/silver. However, Euonymus fortune ‘Emerald Gaiety’ produces small, oval leaves and a more compact structure, compared to the large leaves of Euonymus japonicus ‘Kathy’ which creates a brilliant effect as they move simultaneously with a strong breeze. Euonymus japonicus ‘Jean Hugues’ displays lush, dark green, glossy foliage of a very compact nature. Hence why it is a popular alternative to Box (Buxus sempervirens) as it resembles the practicality of Box hedge plants, without the worry, Box blight – see more options in our Box alternatives and blight section. image image
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One poplar euonymus shrub for USDA hardiness zones 4 through 8 is called ‘burning bush’ (Euonymus alatus ‘Fire Ball’). It grows to about 3 feet (.9 m.) high and wide, but accepts trimming, shaping and shearing. In the autumn, the long green leaves turn brilliant red. Another versatile member of the euonymus shrub family is called ‘green boxwood.’ Its dark green leaves are glossy and stay on the plant all year long. Easy maintenance, green boxwood accepts trimming and shaping. Also take a look at euonymus ‘Gold Splash’ (Gold Splash® Euonymus fortunei ‘Roemertwo’). It is hardy to zone 5 and offers large, rounded green leaves edges with thick gold bands. This showy plant is a stand-out and very easy to please in terms of soil and pruning. Golden euonymus (Euonymus japonicus ‘Aureo-marginatus’) is another eye-popping shrub in this genus that makes an excellent addition to the landscape. Its forest green color is set off by bright yellow variegation. American euonymus (Euonymus americanus) has the appealing common names of strawberry bush or “hearts-a-busting.” It is among the deciduous types of euonymus and grows to 6 feet (3.8 m.) tall. It produces greenish-purple flowers followed by showy red seed capsules. For even taller types of euonymus, try evergreen euonymus (Euonymus japonicus), a dense shrub that grows to 15 feet (4.5 m.) tall and half that wide. It is loved for its leathery leaves and small white flowers. For different euonymus plants that are good for ground cover, consider winter-creeper euonymus (Euonymus fortunei). It might be the right shrub for you for you. Evergreen and only 6 inches (15 cm.) high, it can climb to 70 feet (21 m.) with the appropriate structure. It offers dark green leaves and greenish white flowers.
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Species include:...

Euonymus acanthocarpus
Euonymus acuminifolius
Euonymus alatus – winged spindle, burning-bush
Euonymus americanus – strawberry-bush
Euonymus angulatus
Euonymus assamicus
Euonymus atropurpureus – eastern burning-bush, wahoo
Euonymus bungeanus – winterberry euonymus
Euonymus castaneifolius
Euonymus cochinchinensis
Euonymus cornutus
Euonymus dichotomus
Euonymus echinatus
Euonymus europaeus – European spindle
Euonymus fimbriatus
Euonymus fortunei – Fortune's spindle, wintercreeper
Euonymus frigidus
Euonymus glandulosus
Euonymus grandiflorus
Euonymus hamiltonianus – Hamilton's spindle, Himalayan spindle
Euonymus japonicus – Japanese spindle, evergreen spindle
Euonymus javanicus
Euonymus kiautschovicus – spreading euonymus
Euonymus kwangtungensis
Euonymus lanceifolia
Euonymus latifolius – broadleaf spindle
Euonymus melananthus
Euonymus mengtzeanus
Euonymus morrisonensis
Euonymus myrianthus
Euonymus nanoides
Euonymus nanus – dwarf spindle
Euonymus nitidus
Euonymus obovatus – running strawberry-bush
Euonymus occidentalis – western burning-bush
Euonymus oxyphyllus – Korean spindletree
Euonymus pallidifolius
Euonymus paniculatus
Euonymus pauciflorus
Euonymus pendulus (syn. E. lucidus)
Euonymus phellomanus
Euonymus pittosporoides
Euonymus planipes – dingle-dangle tree
Euonymus prismatomerioides
Euonymus pseudovagans
Euonymus sachalinensis
Euonymus sanguineus
Euonymus schensianus
Euonymus semenovii
Euonymus serratifolius
Euonymus tenuiserrata
Euonymus thwaitesii
Euonymus velutinus
Euonymus verrucocarpa
Euonymus verrucosoides
Euonymus verrucosus
Euonymus walkeri
Euonymus wui

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When more than one step is sewn together and a form is given, it creates a beautiful image. Since we have the opportunity to purchase items on a piece-by-piece basis, it can be a bit costly to create an order. It gives you an idea if you find one that will go when you are planted in a 1 m area with 30 cm spacing. When it is taken as a sapling, it will take 5-6 years to become an adult. I think this is the best. I think the plant should grow in people's hands. Like you're a child. I believe that the plants understand us. That they felt our love ...

The plants are such beautiful creatures; They survive for our benefit in every aspect of our life ... They clean the air we use. They add beauty to places we see. Some plants feed us with their fruits. The plants are ours ...

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not all colour in your garden comes from flowers !

Although I'm in love with flowers, I couldn't agree more to this.
There's beauty all around in this world just like the Euonymus ..
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Just look at how pretty this looks. It is much better actually, this is taken from my sucks smartphone camera

Wow, a very beautiful plant @ctrl-alt-nwo, I have never seen this plant before, this plant looks very unique and beautiful and has a very beautiful color. This plant is perfect for our ornamental garden of our house, because we can make the shape as we want. But I have never seen that plant in my country, I really like the shape of this plant. Thanks for sharing @ctrl-alt-nwo, and hope you have a wonderful day

Kobold' blazing stars has upright, bright purple flower spikes that butterflies and bees love in mid summer. Plants form dark green grass-like clumps. It is an easy grower in full sun and average soil. These plants, grown from seed, will range from 18-30 inches tall.

Golden Euonymus Care: Growing Golden Euonymus Shrubs In The Garden

Becoming brilliant euonymous bushes (Euonymus japonicus 'Aureo-marginatus') convey shading and surface to your garden. This evergreen offers woodland green foliage that is comprehensively trimmed in brilliant yellow, making the bush perfect for splendid fences or complement plants. You'll locate another tempting motivation to begin becoming brilliant euonymous bushes in the event that you learn exactly how simple brilliant euonymous care can be. Read on for more brilliant euonymous data. Brilliant Euonymous Information Golden euonymous data discloses to you this is an exceptionally thick bush with an oval shape if developed in full sun. The thick foliage makes it perfect for a security or even a sound fence.
The bushes are extremely striking in the garden. The eyonymous leaves are rough to the touch and grow up to three inches in length. The intensely variegated foliage is the star here. Most leaves are emerald green sprinkled generously with buttercup yellow. Be that as it may, every so often, you'll get branches where the greater part of the leaves are strong yellow. Try not to expect ostentatious blooms. The greenish-white blooms show up in spring however you may not see them. They are unnoticeable. Brilliant euonymous bushes can develop to 10 feet high and 6 feet wide. Only one can put forth a dazzling expression in your garden. Be that as it may, the thick foliage of these evergreen plants adjusts promptly to pruning and notwithstanding shearing, so they are regularly utilized as fences.
The most effective method to Grow Golden Euonymous Shrubs If you are considering how to become brilliant euonymous bushes, it isn't extremely troublesome. You'll have to plant them in a bright spot, give week by week water system and prepare them every year. Consider becoming brilliant euonymous bushes in the event that you live in U.S. Bureau of Agriculture plant toughness zones 6-9. When you begin becoming brilliant euonymous bushes, you'll do best to choose a site with clammy, fruitful, very much depleted soil. Be that as it may, don't stress excessively over your dirt kind as long as it depletes well. The shrubberies are tolerant and will acknowledge any sort of soil. Looking after Golden Euonymous Shrubs Euonymous bushes are not high upkeep. In any case, administering to brilliant euonymous bushes requires more exertion the year they are planted. They will require general water – up to twice every week – until the point when the root framework has built up. From that point onward, a week after week watering is typically adequate. Give an adjusted manure in late-winter. Utilize a somewhat bring down measurements than prescribed on the mark to abstain from consuming the roots. In the event that vital, rehash in mid-harvest time. Brilliant euonymous mind incorporates a yearly pruning if planted in a fence or you need your garden to look flawless and clean. Left to their own particular gadgets, they may exceed the space you have put aside for them.

Euonymus Hedge Plants

Euonymus is a class of blooming plants in the staff vine family, Celastraceae. A group of which comprises of more than 130 species including both deciduous and evergreen bushes and little trees. For those new to Euonymus supporting plants, you may perceive its English name, Spindle. Its optional name began from its chronicled use as the wood from a few animal varieties was generally utilized for the making of shafts for turning fleece. After some time, their development has seen this species show up much of the time over the UK for the incalculable advantages they accommodate our greenery enclosures and their one of a kind appearance makes them famous in plant outlines and all through the show plant group. Their prevalence originates from their elaborate foliage and their capacity to set up a formal, organized look as they are used for plant fringes to exhibit pathways, make central indicates and feature other garden highlights, for example, bigger fences or models. At the point when left to develop, their thick propensity enables them to make a casual look which consequently gives you the chance to make a more casual air than those trimmed to shape. Here at Hedges Direct, we have a phenomenal determination of the best Euonymus supporting plants for you. Access the splendidly hued, variegated foliage that offer special shades and examples of green, whites, yellows and pinks. As our Euonymus plants are evergreen, their incredible foliage is available year.

Most Popular Euonymus Hedging Plants

Euonymus fortune Emerald n Gold influences your garden to look fit for the Queen with its splendid green leaves edged in gold; the ideal garden gem. Its beautiful intrigue doesn't stop there as it invites winter as the foliage changes into delicate shades of pink and red. For comparable looking foliage, Euonymus japonicas 'Ovatus Aureus' plants offer variegated leaves, this time showing dull green leaves with splendid yellow diagrams. Notwithstanding its delightful foliage, summer green blooms show up in spring, incidentally took after by pink organic products. For elective foliage shading, consider the white tinted examples of Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety' and Euonymus japonicus 'Kathy'. The two species show cleaned, dull green leaves with a one of a kind blueprint of white/silver. Be that as it may, Euonymus fortune 'Emerald Gaiety' delivers little, oval leaves and a more conservative structure, contrasted with the extensive leaves of Euonymus japonicus 'Kathy' which makes a splendid impact as they move all the while with a solid breeze. Euonymus japonicus 'Jean Hugues' showcases lavish, dim green, lustrous foliage of an extremely reduced nature. Consequently why it is a famous contrasting option to Box (Buxus sempervirens) as it looks like the common sense of Box support plants, without the stress, Box curse – see more choices in our Box options and scourge segment.

Euonymus Pruning, Planting and Aftercare

Our Euonymus bushes are fit for each garden as they will flourish in a wide range of developing conditions. These plants will flourish in wet typical soils in shaded territories, yet for their shading to completely prosper, they incline toward positions presented to full sun. For coastline planters, we realize that you're looked with outrageous climate conditions however don't stress, you can accomplish the greater part of your cultivating objectives, regardless of your area while picking Euonymus. These plants are an intense animal varieties which have a noteworthy achievement rate in a wide range of areas and beach front situations represent no risk to these strong plants. With a normal yearly development rate of 10-20cm, perfect for fence statures of up to a meter, the assortment of Euonymus supporting plants we supply are the ideal low upkeep, low developing bushes.

Good night, your post is very interesting very well written and with good images I hope to continue seeing more post as well in community, because this way helps the people that are starting to continue making post so I hope you take into account my humble comment Greetings from Venezuela

This is great article and wonderful photography.
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This looks stunning to see wonderful post and some awesome information you shared thanks for posting great to see you after a long again :D

These ornamental plants are used to beautify the environment.

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I went visiting my Aunt here in Abuja, Nigeria and it was planted jn her compound.
I immediately fell in love with it and decided to take a few shots of it.

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Although I don't know its' name, I wanted you to see how beautiful it is too.
These pictures are all mine and were taken with my INFINIX hot note📱

Nature doesn't need colours it has got its own beauty.. For e.g even a colourless dew drop on leaf gives an appearance of shining diamond...

This is really great and so pretty, amazing Euonymus bunch of flower, the enhance the beauty of the garden and make the environment pretty.

Very nice bushy plant which is good as my border on the south side of my garden!

Did you know that one of its names is also Wahoo? Reminds me of a well known Woohoo. It has around 130 species all around the Europe, Asia and even to Himalayas.

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Woohoo for @ctrl-alt-nwo for opening our eyes for plants that we haven't know it existed before.

I'm starting follow you now @ctrl-alt-nwo. I've checked last 02 post of yours. I felt you're great gardener in here. I've never heard or never seen before those plant. Euonymus is a very beautiful plant. Thanks a lot.

Euonymus / juː ɒ n ɪ m ə s / is a genus of flowering plants in the family of wine staff, Celastraceae. Common names vary greatly between different species and between different English speaking countries, but include spindles (spindle trees), shrubs, bushes, wahoo, wintercreepers, or just euonymus. It consists of about 130 species [2] [3] deciduous and green shrubs, small trees and lianas. They are mostly native to East Asia, extending to the Himalayas, [4] and they are also distributed in Europe, Australasia, North America, and Madagascar. 50 species endemic to China.

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Wow such an amazing blog post,great to see you again after so many days,hope you are doing great,missed your blog so much.

It is popularly known as hedge in my locality and in my own house also this plant is there and what I have observed is that as it grows older its used to have a different color as compared to when it was in its early stage.

Thank you...steem on and stay blissful....

Wow amazing & beautiful Garden.
For your post propagation.
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So beautiful garden, thanks for sharing
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Fantastic garden and really look @ctrl-alt-nwo
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The Euonymus which has almost 175 varieties comes with distinctive colors which add to the beauty of gardens and lawns. As you have said not all colors in garden come from flowers, so I decided to experience it myself.

I visited local park to find Golden Euonymus variety which is mentioned by you. It's a very unique experience to see the plants in perspective of your posts. Although I was unable to find Golden Euonymus but I found similar plants which look close relatives of the plant.

Below are some pictures of the plants which I have found in my area and captured with my smartphone.
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Thank you dear @ctrl-alt-nwo for creating an aesthetic sense through your blogs.

Believe me or not i will show you a garden full of flowers and colors
Around here, however, we don't look backwards for very long. We keep moving forw.jpg
This is from the place where i live.
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Very nice photo, thanks.

Plant Description
This common shrub of the southeastern woods could be easily overlooked when it is in flower in late spring. But a fruiting specimen is another story entirely. In fall, slender, drooping stems 4 to 6 feet tall may be laden with brightly colored fruits that from a distance look like strawberries. Up close, though, you can see that the round reddish-purple husks burst open to reveal Day-Glo orange seeds. The effect is almost surreal. Hearts-a-Bustin is typically grown in light to full shade. But for a very full plant that can compete for color with a berry-filled Holly, try growing it in full sun with good soil. Hearts-a-Bustin is a favorite food for deer which may be good or bad for your particular situation.


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What plant is that ? Did you mention Euonymus ?

Sixteen Candles' is a dwarf Summersweet growing to about 3 feet by 3 feet. It is very compact and floriferous. It differs from 'Hummingbird' in that its flower stalks are held stiffly upright, they do not spread out or dip. It prefers full sun and some moisture. Fragrance is heavenly in mid to late summer and fall color is a good yellow.

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Nice pic, but where is the Euonymus ?

Beautiful garden.I really like so much.

This is amazing blog post as a nature lover i love seeing your posts regarding trees.great to see you again with this amazing blog post.

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Thanks mate !

wow.....excellent post..... looks very beautiful.

Wow its amazing small tree of flower 😍 nature is always see amazing, love to see your post about flowers! Keep it up 💕

sorry for saying this. you made a nice post & valuable content that we don't know much about 'euonymus', but when i try to read the comment section, i feel i was totally collapse. too much data & too much sources. @ctrl-alt-nwo

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No problem ! I realize that the comments are from people who try hard to get the upvote. That means that many people will make comments. Yes its long, and i can understand if you don't like it. Come back when you feel like reading a lot !

Beautiful plants. Thanks for sharing and have a lovely day.

awesome article sir,hey guys try to write on your own dont copy paste from wikipedia.i have found some copy cat here @dinisanda. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euonymus just go through once you will get the truth guys.once again great work @ctrl-alt-nwo.

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It's great that you like it.

awesome picture ... thanks for sharing sir waiting for your new post28619623_799439110244147_121570964292257701_o.jpg

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Nice, but where is the Euonymus ?

Whaoooo this is so beautiful
Nature is really very beautiful
It beautifies the house
Wow... Lovely

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nices posts i like your posts

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Nice plants