The Q&A Archives: climbing euonymus

Question: I plan to put a emerald 'n gold euonymus in a flower bed that is 2'X 4'. There is a brick foundation wall on the back, with the mortar linings about 1/4

Answer: Euonymus of all kinds will climb up a wall if given the opportunity. It will grow in undulating mounds and when it reaches the base of the wall, the stems will grow upwards all on their own. No support or formal training is necessary. Enjoy your new plants!

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