Leaves of an Euonymus shrub with yellow and green variegation.

Euonymus Shrubs

Are you looking to spruce up your yard with a vibrant abundancy of foliage? If so, Euonymus shrubs are excellent additions that add grace and charm to any outdoor landscape. This versatile genus of plants come in many shapes, colors, and sizes, making it easy for you to design a look that perfectly fits your home-garden aesthetic. In our guides below, find all the information you need to know about Euonymus shrubs — including species selection, growing tips, and best are practices — so you can create an attractive space outdoors that’s sure to draw envy from all who see it. New to Euonymus? Start with our 101-growing guide.

11 Types of Euonymus: Choosing the Best Plants for Your Garden

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Struggling to pick out a Euonymus for your landscape? No worries, we’ve got you covered! In this guide, we’ll go over some of the top species and what they have to offer gardeners. From USDA Hardiness Zone recommendations to ornamental descriptions, you’ll learn about 11 of the best picks for the garden. Read more now.

How to Grow and Care for Euonymus Shrubs

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Euonymus plants are versatile, gorgeous specimens that only require a moderate amount of work to keep them looking sharp. Specimens, accents, hedges, vines… these guys can meet many different landscape needs. In this guide, we’ll go over just how to properly care for Euonymus plants, from propagation to cultivation.

How to Grow and Care for Burning Bushes

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Burning bushes are deciduous shrubs that light up autumn landscapes with their scarlet foliage. However, in some states, non-native species have been declared invasive. Read on to learn how to grow burning bushes, and get a recommendation for a beautiful native variety to cultivate where non-native species are banned.