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Euonymus Fortunei – Best Plants In New Zealand!

Adding colourful shrubs such as Euonymus fortune to your garden delivers a vast range of benefits:

We have the largest variety of Euonymus (commonly known as wintercreeper) plants, and we have the right one for your space. These have been selected to thrive in NZ’s climate. We grow and stock only the highest quality plants, sourcing them locally, and from NZ’s leading nurseries. Each plant is packed and transported with extreme care, ensuring it arrives to you in the same condition it was in when it left the nursery. If you are wanting to buy Euonymus, shop with confidence from the best in the industry.

Euonymus Questions

1. Does Euonymus grow quickly?

Euonymus plants have a moderate growth rate, adding around 10-20 cm of new growth each year. However, some varieties, such as wintercreeper euonymus (Euonymus fortunei), can grow much faster, reaching up to 35-50 cm per year. The growth rate of Euonymus plants can also be affected by the growing conditions, such as the soil quality, sun exposure, and watering.

Here are some tips to help your Euonymus plants grow quickly:

2. When should you plant Euonymus?

The best time to plant Euonymus is in the spring or autumn, when the weather is cool and mild. This will get them established before the heat of summer sets in.

3. Is Euonymus the same as wintercreeper?

Wintercreeper (Euonymus fortunei) is a specific species of Euonymus that is commonly used as an ornamental plant. It is a fast-growing, evergreen vine or groundcover that can be trained to climb trees or walls. It has attractive foliage that can be green, variegated, or purple. Other, more commonly known Euonymus are part of the genus of flowering plants that includes over 170 species.

4. What is wintercreeper?

Wintercreeper (Euonymus fortune) is a fast-growing, evergreen vine or groundcover that can be trained to climb trees or walls. It has attractive foliage that can be green, variegated, or purple. Wintercreeper also produces colourful fruits in autumn.

5. Is there an evergreen euonymus?

There are several evergreen Euonymus species, including:

6. What can I plant next to Euonymus?

Euonymus is a versatile plant that can be planted with a variety of other plants. Here are a few ideas:

When choosing plants to plant next to Euonymus, be sure to consider the size and shape of the plants, as well as the desired foliage colour and bloom time.

7. Are euonymus fast growing?

The growth rate of euonymus can vary depending on the specific variety, but most are considered to have a moderate to fast growth rate. On average, Euonymus japonicus varieties can grow at a rate of around 10-20 cm per year, while Euonymus fortunei varieties can grow up to 35-50 cm per year.

8. Where is the best place to plant euonymus?

Choosing the best spot for your euonymus depends on its variety and your desired effect. Here are some factors to consider:

9. How big do spreading euonymus get?

Spreading euonymus, also known as Euonymus fortunei, is a popular evergreen shrub prized for its fast growth, dense foliage, and tolerance for a variety of growing conditions. While it's known for its spreading habit, the mature size of a spreading euonymus can vary depending on the specific cultivar and growing conditions.

Here's a breakdown of the typical size range for spreading euonymus:

10. Can euonymus be cut back hard?

Euonymus can generally be cut back quite hard. Their tolerance for pruning allows for shaping, size control, and even rejuvenation of overgrown shrubs. Here's what you need to know:

11. How far apart do you plant euonymus?

The ideal planting distance for euonymus depends on two main factors: the purpose and variety.



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