Euonymus Alatus Compactus 30 Litre Pot
A dwarf variety, that has corky bark and fabulous winter colours make this a great border backstop.
Euonymus or japanese spindle are compact, evergreen shrubs. They are grown for their attractive colourful foliage and Autumn colours, leaves are simple and vary in both shape and colour between different species.
They bear cymes of small flowers in late Spring or Summer, these can be green, white or sometimes even a purple-red colour. Euonymus are often grown for their spherical berries which split open to reveal seeds in autumn and winter.
Euonymus grow in any well-drained soil and prefer full or partial sunlight and shelter from cold winds. They can be lightly trimmed after flowering and any misplaced branches can be removed to maintain symmetr.
Euonymus japonicus Alatus Compactus a dwarf, deciduous shrub with dark green foliage that turns brilliant red in autumn, fruits open to reveal bright orange seeds. Its main attraction is the corky ridge branches that are shown off once the foliage is dropped. Height can reach 1m