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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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An RHS award-winning plant, Euonymus alatus is a deciduous bush with vivid fiery red foliage in autumn followed by red/ purple seed pods which attract birds.
Today we are offering a new euonymus with extra-special appeal - a standard-trained variety suitable for border, shrubbery or tub.
Alternatively, aim to capture the warmth and hot shades of late summer with terracotta pots filled with rustcoloured coleus (solenostemon), red geraniums or fuchsias, golden-leaved sedge Evergold, euonymus Emerald 'n' Gold and masses of marigolds.
To order by debit/credit card call 0843 922 5000 quoting SM32179 or send a cheque made payable to MGN SM32179 to Euonymus Offer (SM32179), PO Box 64, South West District Office, Manchester, M16 9HY or visit mirrorgardenoffers.co.uk
EUONYMUS EMERALD GAIETY Beautiful green leaves with creamy white margins which tinge pink in winter.
E EUONYMUS EMERALD GAIETY (Pictured left) Green leaves with creamy-white margins tinge of pink in winter.
On offer this week at Mirrorgardenoffers.co.uk is Euonymus alatus, an RHS Awardwinning garden shrub, producing vivid, fiery red foliage in autumn followed by red/purple seed pods that attract birds.
This week's offer at mirrorgarden.co.uk is three Euonymus Alatus for the price of two - PS11.98 + PS3.99 P&P.
One of the finest is Euonymus fortunei "Silver Queen", which has deep cream margins and is tinged with pink.
Our collection of six consists of one each of Leucothoe Scarletta, Euonymus Emerald Gaiety, Euonymus Blonde Beauty, Choisya Sundance, Ceanothus (Californian Lilac) and Skimmia Rubella (below).
Variegations are great for brightening up dark corners - I'm thinking of Euonymus Silver Queen with its creamy margins that are sometimes tinged with pink.