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Euonymus Europaeus Red Cascade

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E. europaeus 'Red Cascade' is a cultivated variety of native spindle, a handsome shrub of hedgerows which has long been valued for its hard, straight and weighty wood. In Europe, the branches were used for spinning raw wool - hence the imported name of spindle - while in Britain it was more commonly used to make toothpicks, knitting-needles and skewers.

E. europaeus 'Red Cascade' is an excellent choice. Forming a shrub of 3m by 2.5m (10ft by 8ft) with gently spreading shoots, it comes into the spotlight from September until early December. The scalloped, oval leaves begin to turn from dark green to a deep, lustrous red, the colour appearing initially in the leaf joints and midribs then across the leaves until the whole plant glows with colour.

Even more extraordinary are the seeds and seed capsules.The seed capsules are a lurid, lipstick-red, divided into four lobes that split open to reveal fleshy fruits in a tangerine colour, the whole ensemble hanging down in clusters that look more like Chinese lanterns than anything nature could devise.

E. europaeus 'Red Cascade' is a fine garden plant, truly in its element come autumn. 

SIZE: 10 Litre Pot

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€49.00

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