Euonymus Japonica Microphyllus Improved - Knowledgebase Question

Orange, Ca
Question by mikeknightre
May 3, 2006
What is the difference between Euonymus Japonica Microphyllus and Euonymus Japonica Microphyllus Improved? What specifically is the difference in plant size/height/growth. Thank you. Mike Knight.


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Answer from NGA
May 3, 2006

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Boxleaf euonymus is a compact, small leafed shrub growing 1-2' high and half as wide. E. j. microphylla ?Improved?, is also dwarf 1?2' tall and wide; erect with small closely arranged right dark green leaves. It has a very formal appearance, and no pruning is necessary. The difference between the plants is not so much size as the compact nature of the foliage.

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