• Euonymus fortunei ‘Colorata’

    Posted on January 24, 2018 by in autumn colour, berries, Climbing plants, drought tolerant, evergreen, Foliage plants, Good for cutting, Ground cover, shade tolerant, Shrubs, winter interest

    This has to be one of the most indestructible plants I grow so could be something everyone should plant except it would then be as common as muck which it is in Europe and America!

    It can be grown as a lax shrubby ground cover , trailed over a large bank or espaliered along a fence.

    It is drought tolerant, will grow in shade or full sun and if you are lucky enough to live in a frosty climate the evergreen leaves will turn stunning shades of burgundy in winter. it also produces masses of white berries in autumn that split to expose orange seeds making quite a show.

    I have one I trained along a cyclone fence that is covering an area of at least 15metres so allow it room or sharpen those secateurs!Euonymus fortunei 'Coloratus'DSC_0759

    I have plants in 15cm. pots for $18.50

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