Don't forget tough! Euonymus shrubs are attractive landscape workhorses that put up with thin soil, road salt, and many cultivars are cold-hardy to Zone 4.
Put relatively fast-growing Euonymus to work in your landscape design! Enliven the look of your lot with variegated foliage that stays evergreen all year-long.
Whether you want a large-scale screen, compact ball or creeping groundcover, the Euonymus. genus comprises over 150 species. You'll find vines, shrubs and even trees in this extensive genus.
Most are native to Asia, and they are very successfully grown here in North America. Give them urban conditions or coastal conditions...they'll do well with full sun up to at least a half day sun and moderate watering.
As a general rule, most Euonymus species grow at a medium to fast rate. Please check the Plant Highlights on every product page for specifics.
Manhattan Euonymus is a popular alternative to classic Boxwood. It quickly grows to reach mature size, and tolerates poor soil.
Trim or shear the shiny evergreen leaves to your liking! Or, allow them to grow out into an organic—yet elegant—shape.
If you make a conscious choice to leave them as a natural shrub, Manhattan Euonymus will be covered in tiny flowers in summer. Feed butterflies their nectar, then enjoy the cute pink berries that follow in fall.
The opportunities for using Euonymus in the landscape are unlimited. They make excellent hedges, groupings, borders, and screens.
Vining Euonymus plants can be used for groundcovers, wall covers, screening and on trellises. Be inspired by their color and high performance...here's how:
The widely-used Wintercreeper Euonymus is an evergreen vine that is used as a groundcover in many tough-to-grow locations. Beyond a few snips to shape, and a bit of light raking in spring...they thrive without much care.
Vining Wintercreepers cling to boulders, fences and trellis with tiny roots that sprout along their long stems. They are excellent for erosion control on steep banks, as well.
Space Purple Wintercreeper Euonymus one foot apart for a fast fill. You'll love the dark purple fall color of this cold-hardy choice!
Splash some color in your foundation planting with low-maintenance Euonymus shrubs. Petite Moonshadow Euonymus creates a lavish ribbon at the edge of your planting.
Garden Merit Award Winner Emerald Gaiety Euonymus wins hearts, too! This stunning mounding shrub features shiny, leathery leaves with variegation that pinks up in wintertime.
Astound your neighbors with the outstanding charm of Ivory Jade Wintercreeper. This exceptional variegated variety stays tightly columnar and commands attention in sun or part shade.
Hedges don't have to be tall, either! Add a low edging hedge of Emerald 'n Gold Wintercreeper for an easy, yet sophisticated garden.
Many of our alluring Euonymus will work in outdoor pots for many years. Add a sunny "Filler" to your hardy container garden with Blondy Euonymus fortunei.
Their dense habit and vibrant golden yellow and dark green leaves will make your guests look twice. Snip some of the stems for your cut flower arrangements, too!
Add a showy feature with broadleaf evergreen Silver King Euonymus (Euonymus japonicus 'Silver King'). Each leaf of the glossy, variegated silver and green foliage is a unique work of art!
Use a single specimen plant, or tuck several together to create a short hedge just where you need height and color. Add smaller contrasting deciduous shrubs like Grateful Red Hydrangea in front to boost the visual impact!
The Euonymus species comprises several cultivars that are all renowned for their magnificent fall color. Place them front and center to achieve a designer-look for little effort.
One of the most famous Euonymus Shrubs grown in North America is the Burning Bush. Please note that we use Plant Sentry™ to protect greenspaces across America.
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Euonymus evergreen shrubs are easy to grow! This is a perfect choice for low-maintenance commercial and residential landscapes.
These tough beauties tolerate most soils...except boggy, waterlogged locations. Euonymus are quite adaptable to partial shady areas and they can withstand heavy pruning.
Track your package right to your doorstep. Open your box right away and give your new plants a nice, long drink of water.
Dig your hole twice as wide as the root ball, but only as deep. Never plant Euonymus too deeply.
Water your new plants well to eliminate air pockets at the root zone. Provide a moderate amount of supplemental water, especially the first year.
Outdoor container-grown plants will need consistent water their whole lives. Fertilize in spring with a good, slow-release formula.
Nature Hills offers several varieties of Euonymus shrubs. Enjoy shopping with us, but please hurry to place your order any time of year.
We serve landscape professionals across the country every week. They'll buy out our entire inventory in a heartbeat to dazzle their clients.
You'll receive your high-quality Euonymus shrubs right from our field when the time is right for planting in your area. Go ahead and fill your yard with care-free color!