Grown In The UK.
Euonymus europaeus Red Cascade
Common Name: Red Cascade spindle treeLatin Name: Euonymus europaeus Red Cascade Soil: Moderately fertile, well-drainedPosition: Full sun or light shade Flowering period/colour: June to July/Inconspicuous greenish flowersHardiness: Fully hardyEventual height/spread: 3m/2.5mSpecial features: Bright pink fruits that contain vibrant orange seedsThe 'Red Cascade' is the perfect choice for a winter-interest bed or border. In autumn, the green summer leaves turn to bright shades of scarlet and the leaves then fall to leave the attractive fruits on bare stems into winter. The insignificant summer flowers transform into dazzling fruits and these are bright pink with glowing orange seeds: the perfect choice for adding colour to a sleeping winter garden. Euonymous are natives of Europe and they were commonly found in hedgerows: the common name of ‘spindle tree’ originates from the fact that the wood was used to make spindles.
Common Name: HoneysuckleLatin Name: Lonicera henryiSoil: Any fertile, Humus Rich, moist, well drainedPosition: Full sun or partial Shade, will also tolerate full shade. Exposed or sheltered.Hardiness: Full hardy down to -15°C needs no frost protectionFlowering Period: SummerFlowering Colour: Red - yellowEventual Height/Spread: 10m x 6m This honeysuckle is a delightful climber which will bring interest to your garden all year round with its evergreen leaves. Further interest is added in summer when the small sprays of tubular flowers appear and these can be yellow, red and even purple in colour. This climber is the ideal choice for training on a pergola as its glossy green leaves will shine all year round.