The Q&A Archives: Planting Boxleaf Euonymus

Question: When should I plant my boxleaf Euonymus bush?

Answer: You can plant your Boxleaf Euonymus in early spring (now would be a good time). Be sure to dig a hole as deep and slightly wider than the nursery pot; unpot your shrub and gently loosen the roots. Set the plant in the hole and backfil with the soil you removed from the hole. Tamp it down gently then water thoroughly to help settle the soil. Best wishes with your new shrub!

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