Loosing variegation on euonymus. - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by mlyledavis
November 10, 2010
Is there anything I can do to lessen the loss of variegation of my euonymus?
One plant has branches without the variegation, or branches that are partly without the variegation; I cut some of the branches off but I'm trying not to trim too much.

Answer from NGA
November 10, 2010
Euonymus can lose its vibrant variegation if it gets too much shade. In general, the more sunshine the shrub receives, the brighter the colors on the leaves. Pruning will encourage new growth and it should produce variegated leaves if it is getting adequate sunshine. Hope this information helps!

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