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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...

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James Burghardt

(Golden Prince Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Golden Prince' forms a small rounded shrub whose oval glossy-green leaves are edged 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...

(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...

(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...

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Jesse Saylor

(Tricolor Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

Tricolor wintercreeper is a low growing evergreen shrub with a compact rounded habit. It originates from China and is grown for its attractive glossy variegated leaves. These are dark green with variable white and cream markings and turn pink hues in the fall and 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 well suited to foundation...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Creeping Strawberry Bush, Spreading Euonymus)

This underused large semi-evergreen shrub is a vigorous tough plant for the landscape. It is an adaptable shrub that's found in a wide range of habitats across its country of origin, China.

The glossy leaves are oblong, deep green and densely cover the broad rounded shrubs. In summer many clusters of small creamy green flowers appear, which develop into pink fruits that open to show bright orange arils in fall.

Provide spreading euonymus a sunny location with well-drained average soil....

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James Burghardt

(Creeping Strawberry Bush, Manhattan Creeping Strawberry Bush, Spreading Euonymus)

The extra hardy 'Manhattan' is more compact and has a neater, more rounded form than your average spreading euonymus. It was discovered in Manhattan, Kansas, which testifies to its cold hardiness. It is an adaptable shrub that's found in a wide range of habitats across its country of origin, China.

The glossy evergreen leaves are oblong, deep green and densely cover the broad rounded shrubs. In summer many clusters of small creamy green flowers appear, which develop into pink fruits that...

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Jesse Saylor

(Running Euonymus, Running Strawberry Bush)

Quickly growing with its low, sprawling, bright green stems, running strawberry bush produces magenta fruits and attains a fall foliage color palette of maroon, pink and purple. A deciduous shrub with prostrate stems that root when they touch soil, it is native to eastcentral North America from the Great Lakes to the Tennessee River in moist and dry woodlands. This species is not susceptible to the scale that plagues more others in Euonymus.

The perfectly rounded oval leaves are tapering...

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Jesse Saylor

(Korean Spindle Tree)

Perhaps the most elegant and prettiest of all Euonymus, the Korean spindle tree's arching stems bear beige green flowers in late spring and then long-stemmed red fruits that look like cherries. A small deciduous shrub from Korea, eastern China, Taiwan and Japan, it is an upright shrub with spreading, sprawling branches. The bark is smooth and deep brown.

The leaves are thickly paper-like and rich emerald green, shaped like a pointed tongue with tiny scalloped edges. In late spring to...

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James Burghardt

(Cork Spindle Tree, Cork Tree, Corky Burning Bush, Winged Spindlebush)

Amazingly winged with wide strips of thin corky wings on its upright branches, cork spindle tree also bears light green flowers, rosy magenta fruits and attains brilliant red foliage in autumn. This rounded but upright shrub is native to central China's dry woodland slopes.

The leaves are tapering light to medium green ovals with tiny scalloped edges. In late spring to midsummer, marble-sized light green flowers appear on thin stems from the branches, attracting insects. The rounded fruits then...