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Euonymus - Green Rocket

Euonymus - Green Rocket (Euonymus)

An evergreen, columnar euonymus, grows up to 6ft, so should hide the fence nicely....

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That's a good one isn't it. It should do the job well!

21 Jun, 2011


I think I'd gone a bit gungho buying pretty perennials, in my quest to be buying things I hadn't grown before (my last garden was all flowering shrubs for easy maintenance). Then one day it dawned on me that apart from a couple Rhods and a camellia, everything was deciduous and the garden was going to look rotten in the winter months! So trying to increase my evergreens now - particularly for the fence at the roadside. Bought a pretty evergreen honeysuckle off Ebay the other day, Darts World I think, so that should help too.

22 Jun, 2011


Ha ha, that's exactly the same thing I did this time Donna. Bought deciduous trees first, then went mad with perennials, especially clematis of course, and roses, and it's only this year and last year that I finally got around to buying evergreen shrubs! Oh well, better late than never!

22 Jun, 2011

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