There’s too much irony in the soil…

Posted: November 27, 2014 in Ramblings

A dwarf euonymus bush in fall. Courtesy of All Things Plants.

So, that is, in fact, a dwarf euonymus bush in fall.  228th Street in Sammamish is, or maybe was, lined with these (I say “was” because we never go down that road any longer, so things may have changed), and back when the city redid our rock wall, I asked Chris if we could put some in, because I love that blaze of red.  It’s very intense.  (Most of the year, when it has leaves (spring to fall), they’re a deep evergreen color.)  Well, Chris is always amenable to garden changes, so we put some in.

Here is a picture of one of our dwarf euonymus bushes in fall.  Oh, well.


  1. Mary Vallere says:

    Give it some time – it needs to acclimate to its new surroundings. Watch it for a year to see what happens.

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