Euonymus fortunei 'Country Gold'
Also called Country Gold Wintercreeper
More About Euonymus fortunei 'Country Gold'
- Inconspicuous, green flowers
- Berries produced in June split in the fall and reveal orange seeds
- Glossy, medium green leaves with yellow margins turn purplish in the fall
- Mounding, spreading habit
- Will climb if supplied with a structure
- Bloom Time: Spring
Country Gold Euonymus Growing and Maintenance Tips
Euonymus can tolerate a range of soils and conditions, but have no tolerance for standing water. 'Country Gold' requires more sun than other cultivars to keep the vibrant, gold colouring in the leaves. Young plants can benefit from protection (burlap wrap) against drying, winter winds in an exposed location.
Euonymus fortunei 'Country Gold' Characteristics
Average to Dry Soils
Moist to Average
Landscape usesFoundation planting