Euonymus not well!
I have been delighted about my Euonymuses in the front yard. They have always been beautiful and healthy.
I planted another batch for my backyard on the hillside two years after I had done for the front. I got both batch from the same nursery and planted them the same way with the same soil amendments. I have the red clay soil which even a tiller had a hard time to till and I have broken my hand tool handles several times to dig the soil for planting. I know that the hillside specially is difficult to amend anything, because it would just run down or be washed away by rain. Still I don't understand why the batch on the hillside has not only grown much but also kept dying. I planted 6 of them on the hill 3 years ago. They were not doing great but survived for the first 2 years. Once the 3rd year started I lost one of them and then another one. The picture here is what the rest 4 look like now.
They have kept dropping their leaves. Is it really just the soil problem or else?