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Gold Splash Euonymus (Wintercreeper)
Gold Splash Euonymus (Wintercreeper)
Gold Splash Euonymus (Wintercreeper)
Gold Splash Euonymus (Wintercreeper)

Gold Splash Euonymus (Wintercreeper)

$26.99

This variety has more colorful leaves and better habit than other varieties. Gold Splash® euonymus boasts big, round leaves and bright, bold variegation. It has far more impact in the landscape than conventional wintercreeper varieties. The variegation is very stable, and the plant has excellent disease resistance.

Growth Habit

A single shrub makes a big, bold statement and is better in larger gardens.  A moderate, spreading evergreen that reaches both 2' tall & wide.

Care

Best with partial sun in extremely hot climates. Water deeply and regularly during the first growing season to establish an extensive root system; reduce frequency once established. Fertilize in early spring. Prune occasionally for a tidy appearance.

Toxicity

Euonymus, also known as Burning Bush, is poisonous to dogs. The plant contains alkaloids that can cause an upset stomach if a dog eats any part of the plant. The plant is only considered toxic in large quantities, but it is best practice to keep pets, especially small puppies, away from Euonymus. Euonymous plants are a favorite woody plant for deer.



This variety has more colorful leaves and better habit than other varieties. Gold Splash® euonymus boasts big, round leaves and bright, bold variegation. It has far more impact in the landscape than conventional wintercreeper varieties. The variegation is very stable, and the plant has excellent disease resistance.

A single shrub makes a big, bold statement and is better in larger gardens.  A moderate, spreading evergreen that reaches both 2' tall & wide.

Best with partial sun in extremely hot climates. Water deeply and regularly during the first growing season to establish an extensive root system; reduce frequency once established. Fertilize in early spring. Prune occasionally for a tidy appearance.

Euonymus, also known as Burning Bush, is poisonous to dogs. The plant contains alkaloids that can cause an upset stomach if a dog eats any part of the plant. The plant is only considered toxic in large quantities, but it is best practice to keep pets, especially small puppies, away from Euonymus. Euonymous plants are a favorite woody plant for deer.