Euonymus japonicus 'Jean Hugues' Hedge

Euonymus japonicus 'Jean Hugues' is an compact evergreen shrub with dark green glossy foliage. It is the closest substitute to Buxus sempervirens - Box we have found. This plant has a wonderful upright quailty and extreme tolerance to damage and weather. It is used in replacment for Box where Buxus blight has become too established to treat.  

Plant Spacing:
Pot Grown / Root Balled. When planting 40cm - 60cm plants you will need 4 plants per metre to create a good hedge. We would plant no less than 3 per metre.   

Euonymus japonicus 'Jean Hugues' Hedge
Euonymus japonicus 'Jean Hugues' Hedge
Euonymus japonicus 'Jean Hugues' Hedge
Euonymus japonicus 'Jean Hugues' Hedge
 
 

Key Facts
Likes all types of soil Full shade Likes all types of soil Evergreen Coastal area friendly Full hardy
Autumn colour Annual growth 1cm to 5cm Easy To Grow Suitable for most areas

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