Euonymus 'Manhattan' used on trellis for a hedge?
I saw these at our local nursery, they look like they could work for us as a start of a hedge wall instead of using box or holly. The ones they have are already 5 foot high by 4 ft wide, an evergreen plant. They aren't very deep, so this is good for us for the place we would site them in full sun. The "Manhattan" is the E. kiautschovicus; it can grow to be 8 foot x 8 foot. We'd have them be used on two sides (right angles) of the two corners of our ugly good neighbor back fence. DH would attach the trellises to the fence with a wood spacer between the trellises and the fence.
Has anybody grown these?? What do you think of it in this application? I'm also going to x-post this in the Landscape Design forum as well. Your input is most appreciated.