Euonymus fortunei var. minimus

A unique form of the species with tiny evergreen leaves, which, if planted in open ground, will climb/support its own short stems to make peaky mounds. If you plant a drift/group you end up with a surreal scene reminiscent of Karst limestone landscapes of SE Asia, or even a choppy sea! Bizarre and fabulous when grown in this way. Bone hardy and easy, making excellent groundcover.

Pot size: 2L



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