Euonymus Esmerald Gold Plant Vase 7cm

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Generalities of the Euonymus Esmerald Gold Plant:

The Euonymus fortunei emerald gold plant is an evergreen ground cover shrub with bright and colorful foliage that is very interesting for both private and public gardens. The foliage that is variegated bright yellow / green. Euonymus fortunei emerald gold is generally used as a ground cover plant but can be used to create small hedges from 40 to 60 cm high, accentuating and favoring its vertical development and obtaining a bright division of the garden or of the vegetable gardeno.

Online Sale of Euonymus Esmerald Gold Plant, available in the following sizes:

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm

Online Sale of Euonymus Esmerald Gold Plant, available in the following sizes:

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm


Generalities of the Euonymus Esmerald Gold Plant:

Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald' n Gold 'is a broad shrub with an upright habit, which makes it suitable for forming small hedges. The evergreen euonymus' Emerald 'n Gold' has, thanks to its green-yellow leaves, a beautiful color and can be used for both formal and informal hedges. The evergreen 'Emerald'n Gold' grows well on most soils and can be easily pruned at any time of the year. If it freezes a lot, the foliage of the 'Emerald' n Gold 'evonymus can turn reddish. This coloring passes as soon as the frost ends. Thanks to its compact habit, the evergreen euonymus' Emerald 'n Gold' is perfectly suited to small gardens. Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald' n 'Gold' is a shrub belonging to the Celastraceae family. The height of the plant does not exceed 50cm, generally it is on average 40 cm or smaller, the expansion instead is not large, it goes from 50 to a maximum of 90 cm. Before the plant reaches its maximum development, it is necessary on average 5-10 yearsi

Euonymus Esmerald Gold Plant Care and Cultivation:

It lives outdoors all year round, with a good mulch and in a sunny and sheltered position in the Alps. The preferred exposure is the sunny one or at most partial shade. It tolerates intense heat and wind, even brackish. The soil must be fertile and well drained, but it adapts well to any type of substrate, even poor, arid or stony. It should be watered especially in the first years after planting, in summer, until the plant has taken root; later he is satisfied with rain or watering the garden. The fertilizer, of the universal slow release type in the form of granules, is spread in autumn and spring.

Irrigation
Less Frequent
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Fast
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