Euonymus Livornese plant

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Generality of the Euonymus Livornese plant:

The Euonymus Japonicus Leghorn plant, defined as 'evonym of Japan', is a thick, bushy, evergreen shrub with slightly pointed, toothed, leathery, shiny opposite leaves with a bright yellow interior and wide dark green margins, up to 6 cm long.
In late spring it produces small white-green flowers with orange arils, collected in groups of three, which will rarely produce spherical white-pink tinged fruits up to 8 mm long.

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm
  • jar 14cm, height 20/25cm
  • jar 18cm, height 40 / 60cm
Vase Size
  • Vase 7cm
  • Vase 14cm
  • Vase 18cm
  • Vase 24cm

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Online sale of Euonymus Livornese plant, available in the following formats:

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm
  • jar 14cm,height 20/25cm
  • hjar 18cm, height 50/60cm

Generality of the Euonymus Livornese plant:

 The Euonymus, known as Evonimo, is a persistent leaf shrub, with an erect, bushy and compact habit. The growth rate is medium and can reach the size of 1-2 m in height and about 1 m in width. The slightly elongated oval leaves compared to the other varieties, are dark green and have an intense yellow margin in the center; the flowers, insignificant, are white-green; the fruits, pink-orange, rarely form on cultivated plants. This shrub has an ornamental value due to its beautiful foliage; it is used to create hedges as it tolerates pruning very well, or in spots, in groups accompanied by large flowering bushes or as an isolated plant even in flower beds and in pots. Euonymus plants are evergreen shrubs with very decorative foliage, used very often for the formation of dense hedges or to give color to your garden.

Euonymus Livornese Plant Care and Cultivation:

The Euonymus plants can develop without problems in any position, both sunny and shaded; however, it is certainly advisable to plant them in full sun. They do not fear the cold and can withstand even the heat of the hottest summers. From March to October water regularly at least once a week, in the winter months water sporadically.They grow in any soil, for optimal development it is good to plant in a soil consisting of clay and a part of sand.

Irrigation
Less Frequent
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Normal
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