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Euonymus fortunei

Euonymus fortunei

This is one of the best broad-leafed evergreens where temperatures drop below 0°F/°18°C....

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Euonymus japonicus

Evergreen Euonymus

From China, Korea, Japan. Upright grower to 8–10 ft. high, 6 ft. wide; usually kept lower. Incon...

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Euonymus kiautschovicus

Spreading Euonymus

From China. Grows 8 ft. tall and as wide or wider, with some low branches trailing on the ground and r...

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Eupatorium greggii

Native to Arizona, Texas. Weak-stemmed plant to 1 1/2–2 1/2 ft. high, 2–3 ft. wide, with clusters of f...

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Eupatorium purpureum

Joe Pye Weed

From eastern U.S. Grows to 3–9 ft. tall, 1–3 ft. wide, with clump of hollow stems set with...

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Eupatorium rugosum

White Snakeroot

From eastern U.S. To 4 ft. tall, 2 ft. wide. Stems and lance-shaped leaves to 5 in. long are heavily m...

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Euphorbia amygdaloides

From Europe and Turkey. Grows to 3 ft. tall, 1 ft.wide, with reddish green stems. Evergreen, 1–3...

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Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae

Mrs. Robb’s Bonnet

Grows to 1 ft. tall, 1 ft. wide and spreading, expanding its territory by rhizomes and sometimes becom...

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Euphorbia antisyphilitica

Candelilla

Native to southwestern U.S., Mexico. Erect plant to 3 ft. high, spreading by underground stems. Cylind...

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Euphorbia characias

Mediterranean native. Upright stems crowded with narrow blue-green leaves form a dome-shaped bush 4 ft...

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Euphorbia characias wulfenii

Euphorbia characias wulfenii

The most commonly grown form of this Mediterranean native. Upright stems crowded with narrow blue-gree...

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Euphorbia cyparissias

Cypress Spurge

European native forms feathery clump to 8 in. (possibly to 16 in.) high; spreads vigorously by rhizome...

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