Undemanding evergreen creeping spindle for ornamental, corporate, theme gardens
Plant your balcony or garden decoratively and effortlessly. With the help of the versatile Euonymus fortunei radicans, Latin for evergreen creeping spindle, you can realise your garden dreams almost effortlessly. This spindle shrub has elliptical, dark-green leaves with clearly visible white tips and small, attractive serrations at the edge of the leaves. It makes an excellent tasteful border, practical ground cover, resilient hedge, accentuating wall growth, graceful fence or wall ornament and pleasing pot or box plant. The evergreen creeping spindle is clearly also a climbing plant, but does not grow higher than 150 cm. The undemanding creeping spindle shrub is happy with normal garden soil, if it is too loamy or sandy a little humus should be added. The evergreen creeping spindle makes no other demands on the site, it tolerates sun as well as partial shade or shade (in contrast to the yellow-green golden creeping spindle, which prefers direct sunlight). When bought new, the spindle shrub grows quickly, just make sure that it is watered sufficiently in the first year, i.e. neither too wet nor too dry. If the leaves start to turn pale, this is a sign that it should be watered, with compost in the garden or with liquid fertiliser in the pot. The creeping spindle is hardy, a bed of 12 plants per square metre will completely absorb falling tree leaves.
Evergreen creeping spindle - Hardy and easy to cut
The creeping spindle shrub can be planted all year round as long as it is not frosty, wetter months are most ideal. With its sturdy, leathery leaves, the small shrub can withstand a lot, including playing children and pets. The evergreen creeping spindle also thrives excellently in plant pots, containers or troughs, and visually enhances any terrace, balcony, entrance or passageway, company portal or outdoor area. After about 3 years, the evergreen creeping spindle will be large enough to prune, so it will branch out more; then prune every spring.
Inspiring garden styles and impressive flower combinations with evergreen creeping spindle
Euonymus fortunei radicans is native to Southeast Asia, so it is an excellent fit for an Asian garden, but also for a water garden, theme garden or ornamental garden with beautiful multi-coloured flower arrangements, as well as for an easy-to-maintain corporate, play, party or urban garden. A rock garden is rather too dry for the creeping spindle, although it likes to climb over stones, it needs nutrient-rich soil for its growth. In combination with the evergreen creeping spindle, the bright orange ground cover is a real splendour, as is the undemanding white; flowering, frost-hardy Vinca minor Gertrude Jekyll or bellflowers, pink grass carnations etc. Buying a distinctive creeping spindle? Yes, you acquire long-lasting pleasure for little effort!
Buy Evergreen Creeping Spindle - Euonymus fortunei Radicans
For one square metre you need about 12 plants
The plants of the evergreen creeping spindle - Euonymus fortunei Radicans are grown in pots, so you can use them all year round.