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when can this plant be planted?

On plant Euonymus japonicus



It depends on your climate. If it's very hot and/or dry, then don't. Wait until it's cooler and damper.

3 Aug, 2010


USDA zone 8 or warmer, plant in the fall, maybe in the spring, also, if in a cool-summer climate, such as the Pacific Northwest. In zone 7, plant in the spring. Colder than zone 7, it will be hard to keep alive through the winter.

4 Aug, 2010


Glad you know about your own zones, Tug! I certainly don't. :-(((

It would make it easier if guests told us where they are.

4 Aug, 2010


There's a fairly good map and key at the following address:

A little blurry at high magnification, but the key will give you an idea about normal winter lows in the zones.

4 Aug, 2010


I think I'll leave it to you....thanks, though!

5 Aug, 2010

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