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EUONYMUS, EVERGREEN                                  Evergreen – Sun / Shade

Euonymus japonicus                                              Ht. 5’-8’ Spread 4’-6’

ewe-ON-eh-mus ja-PON-eh-cus                               DO NOT PLANT

HABIT:    Upright thick stems, thick waxy leaves. Native to Japan.

CULTURE:    Any soil, anywhere.

USES:    None – do not plant!

PROBLEMS:  You name it! Scale, powdery mildew, aphids, leaf spots, crown gall, anthracnose, nematodes, heat…etc.

NOTES:    This plant is for people who still wear leisure suits. Probably the worst plant you can buy. The yellow variegated varieties are disgusting even when healthy, which is not often.

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