Euonymus fortunei 'Sunspot'

Pot Size: 5"

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Flower Color


Flowering Season

Non Fragrant


Indoor Filtered Light,Outdoor Shade,Outdoor Sun

Sunlight Requirement



Product Description

Emerald Gaiety’ is a variegated, shrubby form with a spreading habit that typically grows to 3-5’ tall over time. It is erect and densely branched, featuring rounded glossy deep emerald green leaves with irregular but attractive creamy white margins.

Spindle 'Sunspot'




Japan, Korea and China


Euonymus fortunei, commonly called wintercreeper euonymus, is a dense, woody-stemmed, broadleaf evergreen to semi-evergreen plant that comes in a variety of forms. It may appear as a trailing ground cover, a mounding shrub or a climbing vine.

Emerald 'Sunspot' is a versatile shrub with a dark glossy green foliage with a bold central splash of bright primrose yellow. Euonymus fortunei 'Sunspot' will reach a height of 1.2m and a spread of 1.5m after 10-20 years


Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates significant amounts of shade. Also tolerates a wide range of soils and soil conditions, except for wet ones.

Established plants tolerate some drought. It is not particular as to soil type or pH, and is able to handle environmental salt

This shrub will require occasional maintenance and upkeep, and can be pruned at anytime

Landscape Use

Extremely versatile, Euonymus fortunei may be used as a low hedge or as a foundation plant. With support, it will climb vigorously and is ideal trained against a shady wall.

Foliage plants in general need access to bright indirect sunlight. Avoid keeping them in direct sunlight as it can cause leaves to burn due to extreme sunlight in the afternoon.

Make sure watering is done once the soil goes dry. Although the soil can remain moist, but it should not turn soggy/wet. Having drainage hole in the pots goes a long way in ensuring there is no water stagnating on top of the soil. You can spray the plant occasionally.

Fertilise the plant once a month in summers however Don't feed any fertiliser in winters. Giving fertiliser to the plant ensures nutrients going in which keeps it healthy. Keep an eye on the leaves of the plant to know any symptoms for watering or sunlight.

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