The Q&A Archives: Euonymus Hedge

Question: I have Euonymus Hedges that are 20 years old and they are gorgeous. I would like to plant some more on the other side of my walkway. The hedge I currently have has leaves that are green on the outside and yellow in the center. My local nurseries can't seem to identify my plant. They have some that are mostly yellow and mine is more green with a touch of yellow in the center of the leaf. Can you help me identify this plant and tell me where I can get some.

Thank you,
Joanne Emery

Answer: The variety 'Aureo-Variegatus' grows 10' tall, 6' wide, and has green leaves with a brilliant central blotch. Perhaps this is the kind you're growing. I don't know which nurseries might carry this variety of Euonymus, but here's a list of garden centers near you:
WATTERS GARDEN CENTER
1815 IRON SPRINGS ROAD
PRESCOTT, AZ 86301
(928) 445-4159

MORTIMER'S NURSERY & LDSPG
3166 WILLOW CREEK ROAD
PRESCOTT, AZ 86301
(928) 445-3675

VALLEY HOME CENTER
7211 FIRST ST.
PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ 86314
(928) 772-8111

BIDDLE'S NURSERY
1259 W. HWY. 89A
SEDONA, AZ 86336
(928) 282-5078

NURSERY SOURCE LLC
2945 S.W. DRIVE
SEDONA, AZ 86336
(928) 284-2600

BIDDLE'S NURSERY
P.O. BOX 259
SEDONA, AZ 86339
(928) 282-5078

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