The Q&A Archives: Hedge (euonymus)

Question: The label on your UPC 014949352052 Silver King Euonymus states that it is a hedge plant but you do not give a recommended plant spacing for planting in a row. What is the recommended plant spacing for a single-row hedge?

Answer: This particular plant grows to about three feet wide, so a typical hedge spacing would be between two and three feet apart measuring from the center of each plant. The tighter spacing will fill in faster, the wider spacing will allow the plants more room and consequently reduce the competition between them. This can help keep the hedge more vigorous.

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