Euonymus radicans vegetus

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Synonyms for Euonymus radicans vegetus

broad and bushy Asiatic twining shrub with pinkish fruit

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euonymi SB tips were located in the palisade parenchyma of Euonymus fortunei (L.
Keywords: Microbial composition, eubacterial diversity, TRFLP, Euonymus fortunei, Asarum canadense
The six are Leucothoe Scarletta (right), Euonymus Fortunei Emerald Gaiety, Euonymus Blonde Beauty, Choysia Tornata Sundance, Ceonothus (Californian Lilac) Thyrsiflorus Var Repens and Skimmia Japonica Rubella.
Other good evergreen choices for winter pots include Cordyline australis 'Purpurea', Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety' and a number of heucheras.
Other good evergreen choices for winter pots include Cordyline australis "Purpurea", Euonymus fortunei "Emerald Gaiety" and a number of heucheras.
Bring out the colour of blue glazed pots with creamy variegated Euonymus fortunei, with cream viola and silvery-leaved foliage plants.
Brandishing 1 1/2-foot-long leaves, Yucca flaccida 'Golden Sword' is paired with variegated Euonymus fortunei (front left) and heavenly bamboo (Nandina domestica; rear) in a rectangular terra-cotta pot.
One of the finest is Euonymus fortunei "Silver Queen", which has deep cream margins and is tinged with pink.
humilis, Mahonia repens, Gaultheria procumbens, Hypericum calycinum, many hebes including Hebe pinguifolia, Euonymus fortunei cultivars such as "Emerald 'N' Gold", "Emerald Gaiety"
In shaded gardens, shrubby ivies like Hedera helix 'Ivalace' can be clipped as a hedge and Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety' or 'Emerald 'n' Gold' respond well to the shears.
Other relatively trouble-free ground cover plants include Ajuga reptans, astilbe,Calluna vulgaris,Erica carne a and Euonymus fortunei `Emerald Gaiety'.
GROUND COVERS AND VINES: Actinidia kolomikta Euonymus fortunei.
Many of the delicate flowered Cistus do well while Fuchsia magellanica, Euonymus fortunei, Escallonia, elaeagnus and the dwarf species of cotoneaster such as Cotoneaster horizontalis should fit the bill too.
Choose shrubs such as choisya Sundance, Euonymus fortunei and hebes to build beautiful borders and dress fencing with clematis.