Deep green and white variegated foliage takes on rose red hues in late fall. Evergreen low-growing, spreading foliage of Emerald Gaiety will mound on itself or work its way up a foundation or tree base. Excellent near retaining walls to soften and drape over wall.
Euonymus are good plants for a difficult spot - even dry shade. A great weed-smothering plant that aids in erosion control. Please plant responsibly if near open woodlands, as E. fortunei can get out of hand in a natural setting.
Prefers a dry to moderate well-drained soil. Can be pruned to keep a desired shape or trained to climb as a vine if given support. Spreads along ground, rooting as it goes. Rooted stems can be dug and transplanted.