Advanced Search Filters

Plant Type
Hardiness Zone
Heat Zone
Sunset Zone
Function
Sun Exposure
Soil Moisture
Water Requirement

Plants Matching hedges

Returned 3472 results. Page 80 of 348.

Image of Euonymus fortunei photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper Euonymus)

One of the best known and most durable hardy groundcovers, wintercreeper is a trailing, climbing, or shrubby broadleaf evergreen from China. It is densely furnished with oval, glossy green, conspicuously veined leaves that are attractive year-round, sometimes coloring bronze in winter. The leaves of many selections are variegated with ivory, gold, or lime-green markings. Most cultivars grow as creeping groundcovers or self-clinging vines. Shrubby cultivars are also available. Shrubby forms bear clusters...

Image of Euonymus fortunei

James H. Schutte

(Canadale Gold Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Canadale Gold' forms a low dense rounded shrub with oval glossy pale green leaves edged in yellow. Its stems will climb by rootlike holdfasts if a suitable surface is available. In late spring and early summer it bears clusters of insignificant greenish flowers, followed by a sparse crop of pinkish fruits that open to reveal fleshy orange seeds. Birds eat and disseminate...

Image of Euonymus fortunei

Jesse Saylor

(Carrierei Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable hardy groundcovers, wintercreeper is a trailing, climbing, or shrubby broadleaf evergreen from China. It is densely furnished with oval, glossy green, conspicuously veined leaves that are attractive year-round, sometimes coloring bronze in winter. The leaves of many selections are variegated with ivory, gold, or lime-green markings. Most cultivars grow as creeping groundcovers or self-clinging vines. Shrubby cultivars are also available. Shrubby forms bear clusters...

Image of Euonymus fortunei

The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Emerald Surprise™ Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. A mutation of 'Emerald Gaiety,' the cultivar 'Corlutz' (EMERALD SURPRISE™) forms a small rounded shrub with yellow-edged glossy green leaves. Its leaves are slightly larger than those of 'Emerald Gaiety,' and their edges do not turn pink in winter. Its stems will climb by rootlike holdfasts if a suitable surface is available. In late spring and early summer it sometimes bears insignificant...

Image of Euonymus fortunei

James Burghardt

(Duncanata Variegated Vegeta Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable hardy groundcovers, wintercreeper is a trailing, climbing, or shrubby broadleaf evergreen from China. It is densely furnished with oval, glossy green, conspicuously veined leaves that are attractive year-round, sometimes coloring bronze in winter. The leaves of many selections are variegated with ivory, gold, or lime-green markings. Most cultivars grow as creeping groundcovers or self-clinging vines. Shrubby cultivars are also available. Shrubby forms bear clusters...

Image of Euonymus fortunei

James H. Schutte

(Emerald Gaiety Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

Emerald gaiety wintercreeper is a broadleaf evergreen with an upright, bushy habit. It originates from China and is grown for its attractive, dense, glossy green leaves. Throughout the growing season these are dark green with white edges but develop pink hues in late autumn through winter.

This shade-loving ornamental is tolerant of a wide range of soils and soil conditions. In colder climates it may suffer from winter burn if exposed to too much light and wind. It is a vigorous plant that is...

(Golden Princess Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Golden Princess' forms a small mounded shrub whose oval glossy-green leaves are tipped gold in spring. Its stems will climb by rootlike holdfasts if a suitable surface is available. In late spring and early summer it sometimes bears insignificant greenish flowers, followed by a sparse crop of pinkish fruits that open to reveal fleshy orange seeds. Birds eat and disseminate...

Image of Euonymus fortunei

Jesse Saylor

(Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable hardy groundcovers, wintercreeper is a trailing, climbing, or shrubby broadleaf evergreen from China. It is densely furnished with oval, glossy green, conspicuously veined leaves that are attractive year-round, sometimes coloring bronze in winter. The leaves of many selections are variegated with ivory, gold, or lime-green markings. Most cultivars grow as creeping groundcovers or self-clinging vines. Shrubby cultivars are also available. Shrubby forms bear clusters...

Image of Euonymus fortunei

Russell Stafford

(Green Lane Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Green Lane' forms a small rounded shrub with oval, glossy, rich green leaves. Its stems will climb by rootlike holdfasts if a suitable surface is available. In late spring and early summer it bears insignificant greenish flowers, followed by an abundance of pinkish fruits that open to reveal fleshy orange seeds. Birds eat and disseminate the seeds.

This shade-loving...

(Irish Eyes Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Irish Eyes' is a low rounded shrub whose oval dark-green leaves have silvery-green midstripes. Its stems will climb by rootlike holdfasts if a vertical surface is available. It bears clusters of pale green flowers, followed by pink fruits that open to reveal bright orange seeds.

This shade-loving ornamental does well in most conditions except for damp soils. In...