EUONYMUS Plant Catalogue – Shrubs

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EUONYMUSEvergreen and deciduous shrubs, sometimes small trees. Sun or part shade. HARMFUL IF EATEN

E. alatus AGM Tiny flowers, followed by small reddish purple fruits, which open to reveal orange seeds. Green leaves turn a superb crimson in the autumn, deciduous. Height a slow growing shrub 1.5 to 3 metres. Spread 1.5 to 2.5 metres. D
E. alatus ‘Compactus’ AGM   Tiny flowers, followed by small reddish purple fruits which open to reveal orange seeds. Green leaves turn a superb crimson in the autumn, deciduous. Height a dwarf form slowly to 1 metre. Spread to 1 metre. D

Euonymus europaeus Red CascadeE. europaeus ‘Red Cascade’ AGM Inconspicuous, greenish flowers in May followed by rosy red capsules which split open to reveal orange fruits. Dark green leaves turn scarlet in the autumn.  Height and Spread 1.5 to 3 metres. Most soils including chalk. D

Euonymus fortunei BlondyE fortunei BLONDY ‘Interbolwi’  Insignificant flowers. Dark green leaves with a bright yellow splash in the centre, young leaves may start completely yellow, evergreen. Height and Spread 0.3 to 0.5 metres. E
E. fortunei ‘Coloratus’  Dark green shiny leaves often tinged purple in the winter. Height 0.3 to 0.6 metres. Spread to about 5 metres, climbs well if given some support.  E
Euonymus fortunei Emerald GaietyE. fortunei ‘Emerald Gaiety’ AGM   Deep green leaves, with a broad white margin becoming cream flushed pink in the winter. Height 0.3 to 0.6 metres. Spread 0.3 to 0.6 metre. E
E. fortunei ‘Emerald ‘n’ Gold’ AGM Deep green leaves, with a broad yellow margin becoming cream flushed pink in the winter. Height 0.3 to 0.6 metres. Spread 0.3 to 0.6 metres.  E

Euonymus fortunei HarlequinE.  fortunei ‘Harlequin’  Young leaves almost completely white, gradually turning dark green, heavily spotted white, as they mature, evergreen. Height 0.3 metres. Spread about 1 metre. Needs a sheltered site as can be damaged by hard frosts.E

Euonymus fortunei Silver QueenE. fortunei ‘Silver Queen’ Pale green flowers in May and June followed by pink capsules and orange seeds. Leaves appear creamy yellow and turn green broadly edged creamy white. Height climbs to 2 to 3metres. Spread about 1.5 metres. E
E. japonicus Oval dark, glossy, green, evergreen. Insignificant flowers. Height up to 2metres. Spread about 2 metres. An excellent plant for coastal and town plantings.   E 
Euonymus japonicus AureusE. japonicus ‘Aureus’ (Was E. j. ‘Aureopictus’) Dark green leaves with a golden yellow centre, evergreen. Height and Spread about 2 metres. Needs a sheltered site inland. E
E. japonicus ‘Bravo’ Elliptical, dark green, leaves broadly edged creamy-white, evergreen. Insignificant flowers. Height up to 2 metres. Spread about2 metres. Sheltered site. E
Euonymus japonicus Latifolius AlbomarginataE.  japonicus ‘Latifolius Albomarginatus’ (Was Euonymus japonicus ‘Macrophyllus Albus’) Oval dark green leaves broadly edged creamy-white, evergreen. Insignificant flowers. Height up to 2 metres. Spread about 2 metres. Sheltered site. E
E. japonicus ‘Ovatus Aureus’ AGM Leaves margined and suffused yellow, especially in the young leaves, evergreen. Height and Spread  a slow growing compact shrub to 1.5 metres. A sheltered site. E
E. japonicus ‘President Gauthier’
E. planipes AGM (Was E. sachalinensis) Large red fruits which open to reveal bright orange seeds. Mid green leaves giving rich autumn colour, deciduous. Height a large shrub 2.5 to 4metres. Spread 2 to 3.5 metres.