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euonymus

(yo͞oŏn`ĭməs): see staff treestaff tree,
common name for some temperate members of the Celastraceae, a family of trees and shrubs (many of them climbing forms), widely distributed except in polar regions.
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For example, the silver of Helichrysum, cream and green trailing ivies, golden creeping Jenny (Lysimachia 'Aurea') and Euonymus 'Emerald 'n' Gold'.
Introduce shrubs which offer all-year foliage, such as the spotted Aucuba japonica or a variegated euonymus, and replace beds of annuals with shrubs to reduce the amount of time you need to dig up and change plants.
We hypothesized that Euonymus invasion alters soil communities and predict that microbial community structure and taxonomic composition will differ in soil collected from adjacent patches of Asarum and Euonymus.
The euonymus has brilliant yellow and green leaves, the rosemary has dark green scaly foliage and blue flowers, and the begonia has bronze foliage and red flowers.
Euonymus latifolius se distribuye por Europa (desde el sur de la peninsula Iberica hasta el Caucaso), alcanzando la region Irano-Turaniana y Norte de Africa, en zonas del Atlas Medio, Tellense y Cabilia.
New shrubs, including Manhattan euonymus and helleri holly, and perennials, such as Solomon's seal, purple coneflower and King Alfred daffodil, have been planted to beautify this relaxing park.
Burning bush, or euonymus alatus--which is not the shrub that Moses encountered on his pilgrimage--is a plant for every garden.
PLANT OF THE WEEK - Euonymus Colourful foliage is essential to stop borders looking dull and lifeless at this time of year and if you choose one of the many varieties of euonymus, you won't be disappointed.
Scale pests that attack euonymus plants rank among the most insidious enemies of trees and bushes in the United States," he says.
Among the finest for glowing, deeppink autumn colour are Euonymus planipes and Euonymus sachalinensis, both from the Far East.