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Dwarf Burning Bush

Dwarf Burning Bush
Euonymus alatus 'Compactus'

Easily pruned to 5' to 6' high and 5' to 6' wide.
Full sun
Large green leaves on ribbed, corky stems turn hot red in early fall. Pruned shrubs make excellent hedges or specimens.

Emerald 'n Gold Euonymus

Emerald 'n Gold Euonymus
Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald 'n Gold'
2' to 3' high and 2' to 4' wide.
Full sun
Dark green leaves that are edged in golden yellow. The yellow can fade to a pink in the colder months. Shrub will climb slowly if planted near a solid object. Also great for spilling over walls.

Emerald Gaiety Euonymus

Emerald Gaiety Euonymus
Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety'
2' to 3' high and 2' to 4' wide.
Full sun
Dark green leaves edged in white with frosted white centers. White can turn pink in colder months. Plant will sprawl out and climb if near a solid object. Great for spilling over walls and ground cover.

Moonshadow Euonymus

Moonshadow Euonymus
Euonymus fortunei 'Moonshadow'
2' to 3' high and 3' to 5' wide.
Partial to full sun
Variegated leaves of dark green surrounding yellow centers.

Euonymus, also known as Wintercreeper, is a family of shrubs most commonly known for their evergreen variegated foliage. They can be used as colorful groundcovers or as a small specimen plant. The leaves change with the seasons. They are a dark lustrous green with bold variegation in spring and summer. As the colder months approach, the lighter colors will often turn to shades of pink. Once the winter snows and cold temperatures are gone, the color returns to welcome the spring.

Dwarf Burning Bush is a solid green shrub that has green stems with a red corky texture. These shrubs are best grown in a pruned form to keep them full and compact. They put on a growth spurt in the spring and then relax for the summer. A lighter growth spurt follows in the late summer. As fall approaches, the leaves take on a hot red color giving the bush its name.


Quantities on some of these Euonymus are very limited.
If you are looking for a particular variety,
ask us, because we may have it even if it is not in the sale.

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