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Good substitute for Euonymus??

Posted by pickindaisies none (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 31, 12 at 11:27

So, I have TEN Euonymus plants that all are infected with scale and have to be removed. I am having trouble deciding what a good option would be to put in their place? Something similar in size/shape/color - also most areas receive very little water. Any ideas?? HELP!


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RE: Good substitute for Euonymus??

There are lots of different kinds of Euonymus. What size and shape do you want for these shrubs? Are they in the sun/part-sun/shade? In which part of the country do you live?


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RE: Good substitute for Euonymus??

IMHO.. anything else ...

its hard to make any suggestions w/o a picture of the spot ...

and do understand that new transplants can not be left w/o water.. once established.. most things can handle some level of dryness ... but if you put in something new.. you will have some responsibilities..

i give you a gold star.. for getting rid of them.. i have a personal hatred for them ...

give us a pic.. and some dimension of the space.. the sun.. soil type.. and where you are ....

ken


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