Purple Wintercreeper {50 Bare Root plants}

Because of the rich burgundy tone she turns in autumn, two for the price of one is the name of the game with this gorgeous evergreen trailing groundcover. Coloratus' 1 to 2 1/2 inch oval leaves are a jewel-toned emerald in spring and summer and turn deep maroon late in the season. With its rapid growth rate, you can cover a large, needy area such as a slope (it is excellent for erosion control) quickly.

Coloratus will put up with any well-drained soil conditions, is moderately tolerant of salt and foot traffic, (though the latter is not encouraged) and promises to deliver depth of color all year round. in virtually any environmental conditions such as a wide pH range, poor soils, and anything from dense shade to full sun.

Things To Note
Coloratus is invasive and should be planted in contained areas or spaces where you don't mind her taking over.

If you are considering purchasing this plant in bare root form, please read about bare root plants so you know what to expect.
General information about Euonymus fortunei (Wintercreeper):
If you want something similar to Ivy, but different, this plant will be a perfect fit for you. Euonymus fortunei, often referred to as Wintercreeper or even Fortune’s Spindle, is an elegant, understated woody evergreen vine native to China, Korea, and Japan.

It is excellent for slopes and erosion control. Stems root along nodes, spreading indefinitely as a sprawling, tangled, bushy carpet somewhat similar in appearance to Vinca from a distance. Similar to ivy, using small rootlets on stems to climb, Wintercreeper reaches heights up to 65 feet in her attempts to gain more sunlight.

Its approach to climbing is not the only character trait Wintercreeper shares with Ivy. Both ivy and Wintercreeper have a sterile, juvenile, non-flowering, climbing, (or creeping) phase. After growing tall enough to reach the crowns of trees, Wintercreeper develops into an adult. This flowering phase does not have climbing rootlets. The (1 to 2 1/2 inch long and 1/2 to 1 1/2 inch broad) leaves are arranged in opposite pairs, elliptic to elliptic-ovate, with a finely serrated margin.

The flowers are inconspicuous (1/8 inch in diameter), with four small greenish-yellow petals, and the fruit, if any, are four-lobed, pale green pod-like berries. Inside each lobe is a single fleshy-coated orange seed. In the end, the rich emerald to bright green foliage is the real show stopper offering the benefit of climbing for rock walls, topiaries, arbors and more.

Gardener Tips
Euonymus fortunei responds beautifully to an early spring pruning, some elect to mow it on a high setting to keep a tidy appearance.
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07/25/2018 By Melinda
Product reviewed: Purple Wintercreeper {50 Bare Root plants}
I was very impressed with the packaging! The arrived in excellent condition. They were easy to plant since I didn't have to dig a hole for a potted plant. I ordered on Monday late and expected to wait till the next week for them to be shipped yet CG got them... Read full review >
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05/15/2018 By Judith Craig
Product reviewed: Purple Wintercreeper {50 Bare Root plants}
Our fifty root plants arrived moist and healthy. We planted them three days later, and they have grown a couple of inches after two weeks in the ground. We look forward to watching them climb the wall behind our rock garden!
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05/03/2018 By Rome
Product reviewed: Purple Wintercreeper {25 Pots - 3 1/2 in.}
Healthy plants fast shipping real pros ..
Purple Wintercreeper
09/07/2017 By Sandra Goodwin
Product reviewed: Purple Wintercreeper {54 Pots - 2 1/2 in.}
the plants were very nice, much bigger than I expected them to be, I planted them the next day, they have been in the ground one week and are already showing new growth.
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In areas where spreading is not desired, trim back the runners before they take root or prune ruthlessly once a year.
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Euonymus fortunei 'Coloratus'
(AKA E. fortunei radicans, E. japonicus acutus/chinensis/radicans)
Pronunciation: yew-ON-ih-mus for-TOON-ee-eye

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