4 responses to “Euonymus europaeus”

  1. Brent Hine

    Hello Daniel. Yes! I see a few seedlings of this Euonymus around the parent. They grow fairly rapidly but are easily removed. Left alone, there would be a thicket of them in ten years.

  2. Ron B

    What about outside of watered gardens? Lots of garden plants reseed here where watered, but are seldom able to make a serious jump into uncultivated sites. Eastern North America has same hot, wet summer climate as wild habitat of many of east Asian garden favorites that have become pests on this continent.

  3. Beverley

    Euonymus europaeus – Z3 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Euonymus europaeus – Z4-7 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk

  4. christian STAEBLER

    Well isn’t that what we call fusain in France and could be translated by "charcoal tree" because it is its wood that is used to produce charcoal ? I found the latin name : Evonymus europaeus (with an “v” ?)

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