Award Winning Fire Bush (Euonymus alatus)

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Award Winning Fire Bush (Euonymus alatus)

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A deciduous variety with large dark Green leaves which in Autumn turn the most brilliant Red. Few shrubs can rival this for autumn colour. A highly recomended variety, this Euonymus is a previous winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Highly recommended. Ultimate Ht. 2m. 9cm pot plants supplied.


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Award Winning Fire Bush (Euonymus alatus) Award Winning Fire Bush (Euonymus alatus)

Flowering Time:

  • J
  • F
  • M
  • A
  • M
  • J
  • J
  • A
  • S
  • O
  • N
  • D
Planting: Plant with soil firmly surrounding the roots and with a little space on both sides for roots to expand/develop.
Soil Type: Any well drained, reasonable soil
Season Interest: Autumn
Flower Colour: Red
Foliage Colour: Green
Delivery: Delivery within 28 days
Size of Award Winning Fire Bush (Euonymus alatus)
  • Sun
  • Part Shade
  • Pruning Array
The Euonymus (Spindle Tree) can be planted in most types of well drained, relatively fertile soil. It is best to plant them in full sun or partial shaded areas.
Little pruning required but you can remove any unwanted or badly formed shoots in late winter/early spring.

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  • Information
  • Flowering Time:

    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D
    Planting: Plant with soil firmly surrounding the roots and with a little space on both sides for roots to expand/develop.
    Soil Type: Any well drained, reasonable soil
    Season Interest: Autumn
    Flower Colour: Red
    Foliage Colour: Green
    Delivery: Delivery within 28 days
    Size of Award Winning Fire Bush (Euonymus alatus)
    • Sun
    • Part Shade
    • Pruning Array
  • Instructions
  • The Euonymus (Spindle Tree) can be planted in most types of well drained, relatively fertile soil. It is best to plant them in full sun or partial shaded areas.
  • Cultural Instructions
  • Little pruning required but you can remove any unwanted or badly formed shoots in late winter/early spring.
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