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(Lemon-Lime Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Lemon-Lime' is a compact upright rounded shrub with oval, rich green, yellow-rimmed leaves. Its stems can also climb via rootlike holdfasts. In late spring and early summer it bears clusters of insignificant greenish flowers, followed by pinkish fruits that open to reveal fleshy orange seeds. Birds eat and disseminate the seeds.

This shade-loving ornamental does...

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James H. Schutte

(Sarcoxie Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Sarcoxie' is a vigorous upright shrub with oval glossy green leaves. Its stems climb readily via rootlike holdfasts. In late spring and early summer it bears clusters of insignificant greenish flowers, followed by pinkish-white fruits that open to reveal fleshy orange seeds. Birds eat and disseminate the seeds.

This shade-loving ornamental does well in most conditions...

(Sheridan Gold Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Sheridan Gold' is a compact rounded shrub whose oval leaves are bright yellow maturing to glossy green. Its stems climb readily via rootlike holdfasts. In late spring and early summer it bears clusters of insignificant greenish flowers, followed by pinkish fruits that open to reveal fleshy orange seeds. Birds eat and disseminate the seeds.

This shade-loving ornamental...

(Sunspot Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Sunspot' is a compact mounding shrub with dark green gold-centered leaves that are red-tinged in winter. Its yellowish stems can climb via rootlike holdfasts. In late spring and early summer it bears clusters of insignificant greenish flowers, followed by pinkish fruits that open to reveal fleshy orange seeds. Birds eat and disseminate the seeds.

This shade-loving...

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Jesse Saylor

(Bigleaf Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. Introduced to gardens in the mid-19th century, the variety vegetus bears broad oval dull green leaves on upright or prostrate stems. The stems can climb tree trunks or structures via rootlike holdfasts. In late spring and early summer it produces clusters of insignificant greenish flowers, followed by abundant pinkish fruits that open to reveal fleshy orange seeds. Birds...

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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...

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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...