euonymus topiaries

reggieDecember 23, 2001

I live in zone five and have noticed in a town near by that there seems to be some kind of solid green euonymus that is commonly being used for topiary. I not sure that is what it is but thats what it looks like to me. Is anyone familar with a solid green euonymus that grows a little faster, is a little larger, is hardy to zone 5, and is commonly used for topiary?

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little_tree(5)

Hi Reggie,

I'm new to topiary, but I know of a bonsai site that lists 9 kinds of Euonymus and has great descriptions.

Here is a link that might be useful: Euonymus descriptions at the bottom of this page

    Bookmark   January 3, 2002 at 11:45PM
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