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Euonymus europaeus - priest's cap (Forest alveolus)

Euonymus europaeus - priest's cap (Forest alveolus)

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The 40 sockets offer at -40% is valid until 12.31.2023 and is automatically generated: insert your favorite socket plants into the cart and, if there are more than 40, you will automatically get the 40% discount at checkout. The discount cannot be combined with other discounts on the entire order (for example the Newsletter discount).

Altezza della pianta: 30-40 cm
Genus of 175 species of deciduous, semi-persistent and evergreen shrubs, trees and climbers present mainly in woods and scrubland, mostly in Asia. The Euonymus europaeus is a shrub or small tree of our flora up to 4-5 m tall, largely conical, deciduous, with splayed, sometimes pendulous shoots and oval, crenate, dark green leaves, up to 7 cm long . In autumn the leaves take on very beautiful colors ranging from red, pink or orange. In spring it produces small greenish flowers followed by spherical, four-lobed fruits. These fruits have a magnificent pink color in autumn and release the orange seeds with magnificent color contrast.

Pedoclimatic needs

Grow in any well-drained soil, in full sun or light shade. Euonymus europaeus is completely rustic and resists even prolonged frosts with temperatures up to -14°/-16°C. This species is not very resistant to drought during the dry season and benefits from regular irrigation.

Botanical Information

Botanical Name: Euonymus europaeus

Family: Celastraceae

NB: you will receive the plants in a container without a pot. If you need to understand how to best decant your sockets, watch the video in this link , or choose pots and soil from the Pots and Soils collection .

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