Euonymus europaeus – Common Spindle

Out of stock

Euonymus europaeus is a native large shrub or small tree that appear in some of the older hedgerows and become very visible during the autumn months.  This is when the leaves turn bright orange/red and the pink seed heads appear.  

The overall shape allows us to create beautiful small multi-stem trees that can rival any Amelanchier lamarckii in the garden design, and they are native which is an extra bonus.  Beautiful strong stems with a slightly corky appearance on some allows us to crown-lift them and leaving a rounded canopy above.  

Euonymus europaeus can cope with windy conditions which makes them a good choice for tricky windy sites.

This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

For prices and availability, click the button and fill out our form. Someone will reply to you shortly.

Flowers:  Small yellow flowers in spring.

Fruit:  4-lobed red fruits which split to reveal orange seeds.

Bark:  Smooth grey bark with corky ridges or ‘wings’.

Leaves:  Deciduous, narrow, ovate leaflets which are light green.

Autumn colour:  Yellow to red

Ultimate height:  3m

Uses:  A great native tree for autumn colour on the leaves and seeds.

Fill in this form for a quote and availability.