EUONYMUS

Some HINTS:
Euonymus can be used in a lot of different ways in and ‘round the garden

        
IN A BORDER:
Euonymus can bring more color in your garden ... in winter and in summer.
 

Euonymus jap. Aurea alone.

        A LITTLE SPHERE:
 

           
Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gold’ as a trunk      

         As a hedge or the border of a ‘border’:
 

Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gold’

         AS FILLING:
In winter or summer: in flowerbeds.

winter'bed' 

From left to right:
 Sedum reflexum ‘Gold’, Euonymus jap.
Luna, Dianthus, Lamium, Skimmia en Sedum lydium ‘Glaucum’.

 

Summer'bed'

From left to right:
Dianthus caryophyllus, Sedum spath. ‘Cape Blanco’, Euonymus jap. Americana, Phlox subulata ‘Emerald Cushion Blue’, Delosperma, Ajuga en Sedum sieboldii ‘Variegata’.

 

  • As a terrace plant:

Winter and summer always color on your terrace


  • Graveyards/ tombstones:

Euonymus keeps his color in winter.
 
Around the tombstone we find Euonymus jap. ‘Micro Gold’ ; in front we also find some varieties of sedum.
(Sedum Coral Carpet and Sedum spath.)

 
 
Purpureum Euonymus jap. ‘Aurea’

  • As covering:

Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gaety’

  • As a climbing-plant:

In winter, this plant keeps his leafs. 
Remains colorful during the whole year


     
Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gaety’