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Proven Winners 1 Gal. Gold Splash ColorChoice Euonymus Wintercreeper Shrub
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1 Gal. Gold Splash ColorChoice Euonymus Wintercreeper Shrub

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Gold Splash gives vibrant variegated color all four seasons. It is a cheerful addition to any garden setting. Its lovely appearance is supported by excellent disease resistance. For best performance, treat with Proven Winners fertilizers and irrigate with Proven Winners WaterWise kit.

  • Botanical name: euonymus fortunei
  • Evergreen
  • Drought tolerant
  • Variegated foliage
  • Easy to grow and maintain
  • Can withstand heavy pruning
  • Hardiness zones: 5 - 8
  • Sun to 1/2 day shade
  • Mature height: 18 in. - 24 in.
  • Mature width: 18 in. - 24 in.
  • Habit: mounded
  • Container role: filler

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When is the best time to trim these way back?

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January 29, 2016
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You should trim this product back in the fall.
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January 25, 2016
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Dear MommaD, Thank you so much for asking about the right time to prune Gold Splash® Euonymus. This is a shrub that can take a heavy pruning and can be pruned at any time, but really is best done sometime in late fall. When you are working in your your yard, and notice a shoot here and there that you would like to trim, you can do so without any harm to the shrub. I hope this helps!
Vicki-PW
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Will this survive in Las Vegas

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April 4, 2016
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Hi Chuck,
Good question. It depends on where you are in Las Vegas. This plant is rated for Hardiness in zones 5 - 8. That means the plant will not come back year after year if it is in another zone. Looking at Vegas, I see it on the border of zone 8 and 9. I would go ahead and google USDA zone map and find out exactly what zone you are in before making a purchase.
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Hi Chuck,
Good question. It depends on where you are in Las Vegas. This plant is rated for Hardiness in zones 5 - 8. That means the plant will not come back year after year if it is in another zone. Looking at Vegas, I see it on the border of zone 8 and 9. I would go ahead and google USDA zone map and find out exactly what zone you are in before making a purchase.
Please let us know if you have any other questions. You can always call our hotline if you need any extra tips of tricks. (734)654-7485
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Shane Franklin Rogers
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How far would you plant these apart?

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February 29, 2016
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You can plant these as far apart as to get the desired look that you want.
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Will deer eat this shrub?

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October 26, 2015
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Dear Joe,
Good question. Just like humans, deer have favorite foods (roses, arborvitae) and some foods that they simply don’t care for. No plant is completely deer-proof, though: deer may sample nearly anything, particularly if other food sources have been exhausted. In looking for a shrub to be a bit more "resistant" to deer perhaps a Buddleia, Rhamnus, Spiraea, Weigela or Buddleia may work for you,
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Dear Joe,
Good question. Just like humans, deer have favorite foods (roses, arborvitae) and some foods that they simply don’t care for. No plant is completely deer-proof, though: deer may sample nearly anything, particularly if other food sources have been exhausted. In looking for a shrub to be a bit more "resistant" to deer perhaps a Buddleia, Rhamnus, Spiraea, Weigela or Buddleia may work for you, which of course you can view online at The Home Depot. I would be more than happy to help you with suggestions if you would like to give me a call at 734-654-7485.
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