Euonymus Tom Thumb - japonicus 'Microphyllus'
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Tom Thumb is a very handsome, rapid growing, compact dwarf shrub with green foliage. Suitable for a full sun to part shade position, frost tolerant and requires little water once established. Plant 30cm apart for hedging.
Tom thumb is a hardy small plants with a compact growth habit which makes it ideal for borders and low hedges which maintain their shape without endless pruning.Common Name: Euonymus Tom Thumb Botanical Name: Euonymus japonicus Microphyllus Plant size: Approx 5 - 8cm Pot size: 50mm pot. Max growth: Approx 50cm high and 50cm wide. Maintenance: Trim to shape in Spring and Autumn Planting: For a spectacular low hedge, plant about 3 or 4 to a meter.
Plant in moist, well draining soil with plenty of organic material
- Non Flowering
- Chinese garden
- Formal Garden
- Border Hedge
- Formal Hedge
- Low Hedge
- 20 - 30cm
- Foliage Plants
- Full Shade
- Full Sun
- Container Plants
- Edge planting
- Green walls
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