Euonymus Emerald ’Gaiety fortuneana’
(Euonymus fortunei ’Emerald Gaiety’)
A climbing euonymus.
An evergreen shrub with colourful, white and green leaves.
An undemanding plant growing up to approx. 2.5 m, an 0.5 m increase per year. Frostproof.
Cutting: as needed. An euonymus can be formed as desiered, cut in spring, in June and early August. If not cut it grows in all directions. Position: not too dry, shady or sunny.
Soil: fertile, moist, tolerates poor and average soil
A plant trailing or climbing trunks of trees, stones and rocks thanks to special roots. It tolerates urban conditions.