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Ken Lain from Watters Garden Center in Prescott, Arizona shares Watters Plant of the Week! Check out this week’s fun selection and stay tuned for more info on how to grow this plant!
A very bright plant that makes bleak winter landscapes more cheerful. Create a single, thin specimen. Its small size makes a fine hedge barrier inside existing gardens or along the perimeter. This hardy shrub is excellent for warm climates with defined winters. The fine texture and size of the plant make them good hedges or screens. Can become a natural orb or can be sheared into a formal hedge or simple topiary shapes. Enjoy its unique minty character.
How to grow
Learn tips and tricks on how to grow Wintercreeper Euonymus from Watters Garden Center: wattersgardencenter.com/how-to-grow-wintercreeper-euonymus/
Do you want more information? Watch Watters’ YouTube video on Wintercreeper Euonymus Care:
This article was written by Ken Lain. He can be found throughout the week at the Watters Garden Center, 1815 W. Iron Springs Rd in Prescott, or contacted through his website at WattersGardenCenter.com Where HeyPlants.com.
Get more gardening tips from Watters Garden Center in the Mountain Gardener column on Signals A Z.com.
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