Euonymus hamiltonianus var. maackii 'Pink Lady'
Grown for its pale yellow to reddish brown fall coloration, and its pink four-winged fruit, which persists through winter and is used as a food source by songbirds.
||spindletree; winterberry euonymus
||drought-tolerant once established
Native to China.
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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- Seed from '07 trade. Soaked 5d, changing water once a day. Baggy 35F (11w; 50%G, 8-10w) - 70F (45%G, 2-6d). Not all sprouted seeds develop: some are pale and stay stuck at the seed-leaf stage
- Seed from '10 trade. Depulped, then soaked for 3d, changing water daily. Baggy 35F (8w) - 70F (35%G, 4-12d)
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April 23, 2011