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Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Euonymus)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen native to eastern Asia. Somewhat slow growing, it eventually forms a large shrub or small tree. The lustrous leathery oval leaves look great year-round. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring to early summer followed by rose-hued fruits that open to reveal orange-red seeds (arils). Most cultivated specimens bear little or no fruit. Many cultivars are grown, including...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Euonymus, Variegated Japanese Spindletree)

Japanese spindle tree is a medium to large, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. The cultivar 'Aureo-marginatus' features oval-shaped, leathery, deep-green leaves, generously edged in yellow. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree cultivars, 'Aureo-marginatus' rarely if ever fruits.

This relatively cold-tender shrub tolerates a wide range of growing environments including clay and acid soils, full sun to...

(Gold Spot Japanese Spindletree, Japanese Euonymus)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Selected for its lustrous, dark green, yellow-centered leaves and its relatively compact habit, the cultivar 'Aureus' looks great year-round. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree cultivars, 'Aureus' rarely fruits.

This cold-tender shrub tolerates a wide range of growing...

(Butterscotch Japanese Euonymus, Japanese Euonymus)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Selected for its dwarf rounded habit and its small bright yellow new leaves, the cultivar 'Butterscotch' looks great year-round. Mature leaves are yellow with green centers. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree cultivars, 'Butterscotch' does not fruit.

This relatively...

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James H. Schutte

(Chollipo Japanese Euonymus, Japanese Euonymus)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Selected for its lustrous, dark green, cream-rimmed leaves and its tall upright habit, the cultivar 'Chollipo' looks great year-round. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree cultivars, 'Chollipo' rarely if ever fruits.

More disease resistant than many Japanese spindletree...

(Golden Maiden Japanese Euonymus, Japanese Euonymus)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Selected for its lustrous, lemon-yellow, green-rimmed leaves and its compact upright habit, the cultivar 'Golden Maiden' looks great year-round. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree cultivars, 'Golden Maiden' rarely if ever fruits.

This relatively cold-tender shrub tolerates...

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Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Euonymus)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Selected for its especially large lustrous deep-green leaves and its compact upright habit, the cultivar 'Grandifolius' looks great year-round. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree cultivars, 'Grandifolius' rarely if ever fruits.

This relatively cold-tender shrub tolerates...

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James Burghardt

(Green Spire Japanese Euonymus, Japanese Euonymus)

Discovered growing in a garden in Japan, where Japanese spindle tree is native, 'Green Spire' has a remarkable and eye-catching appearance. It is a very narrow, multi-stemmed evergreen shrub with all its branches growing almost upright and close together. The leaves are small, glossy and very dark green. They densely clothe the branches, completely hiding them in such a way that the tree resembles a bouquet of bushy pipe cleaners. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early...

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John Rickard

(Japanese Euonymus, Variegated Littleleaf Japanese Spindletree)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Resembling variegated common boxwood in its small, white-rimmed, deep-green leaves and its dwarf upright habit, the cultivar 'Microphyllus Albovariegatus' looks great year-round. Insignificant yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree cultivars, 'Microphyllus Albovariegatus' rarely...

(Japanese Euonymus, Variegated Littleleaf Japanese Spindletree)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Resembling variegated common boxwood in its small, yellow-rimmed, deep-green leaves and its dwarf upright habit, the cultivar 'Microphyllus Aureovariegatus' looks great year-round. Insignificant yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree cultivars, 'Microphyllus Aureovariegatus' rarely...