Easy to care for golden yellow creeping spindle for ornamental, water or urban gardens
Enrich your outdoor space all year round For those who are short on time, the striking garden shrub Euonymus fortunei Emerald 'n' Gold is ideal! The creeping spindle groundcover has dark green, strongly yellow-reddened leathery leaves and likes sunlight so that its expressive leaf colouring remains bold, or partial shade. This attractive ornamental shrub decorates flower beds in the ornamental garden and water garden, and flower beds in the city garden. You can plant the spindle shrub 'Emerald'n Gold all year round, it quickly becomes native. The soil should be nutritious, but not too loamy, otherwise it needs a little humus, sand or clay. The best time for planting is when it is warm and the soil is moist (early summer).
Creeping spindle takes work off your hands
A little fertiliser in the bed in spring and autumn, sometimes some liquid fertiliser in the plant pot, is enough; the creeping spindle will then reproduce on its own and only needs to be cut back a little after 3 years, when it starts to overhang the bed or the planting container. In the first year, just make sure that the soil does not dry out completely. By the second year, your evergreen creeping spindle ground cover is already well established, has reached the desired density and you do not need to weed out or rake leaves away from the beds. Many animals find a warm environment between the foliage and the creeping spindle ground cover and process the leaves into useful humus. The spindle shrub 'Emerald'n Gold' can then be left to its own devices, except for watering - the spindle shrub 'n Gold' in borders or pots requires almost no care, except for pruning once a year, fertilising as necessary and loosening the soil with a hoe in autumn. The spindle shrub 'Emerald Gold'n Gold' is also a real joy in a pot or planter in the city garden. On the wall, the creeping spindle climber reaches a proud growth height of up to 3 metres with its adhesive roots. The creeping spindle really comes into its own when alternated with differently coloured ground covers or Ornamental grasses, such as the colourful purple-flowered Balkan cranesbill or the red Japanese lovegrass
Unique pink colour in winter
Another special feature of the Euonymus groundcover is that its ellipsoidal leaves are a crisp yellow-green in summer; as soon as it gets cold, the leaves turn colour and predominantly take on a delicate pink hue. Get the spindle shrub 'Emerald'n Gold' to add a striking accent to your garden, patio or balcony. Another idea, you can buy the upright creeping spindle to give to someone as a gift
Your garden will be enriched by this golden yellow creeping spindle at any time of the year
The Euonymus fortunei Emerald 'n' Gold grows bicoloured in green with a yellow edge. It can easily be cut to shape according to your wishes. The ground cover is frost hardy and can be planted in almost any location. It grows in beds, on balconies and terraces and can also be planted as a small hedge. The creeping spindle unfolds its full beauty especially in large areas
Buy Euonymus fortunei Emerald Gold
For one square metre you will need approximately 12 plants
The plants of the golden yellow creeping spindle are grown in pots, so you can use them all year round.