Written by Maggie
Dec 30 2020
Euonymus Japonicus is native to Japan. Euonymus Japonicus prefers warm and humid and sunny environments, strong cold resistant, shade resistant, drought resistant barren, suitable for growth in fertile, loose sandy loam.
Euonymus Japonicus commonly use cutting propagation, to plum rain season cutting rooting fast. Select semi-lignified mature branches, 12-15 cm long, inserted into the sand, soil half seedbed, inserted 20-25 days after rooting.
Transplanting seedlings should not be carried out in Spring March-April, small seedlings can be planted root bare, large seedlings with earth balls. After planting Euonymus Japonicus, the soil must be stepped solid, and water enough, potted temporarily placed in the shade. Keep the soil moist during the growing period and apply fertilizer once every 2 months. Shape by trimming the Euonymus Japonicus. Stop fertilizing in winter.
Leaf spot disease often occurred and was sprayed 600 times with 65% methyl tobuzin wettable powder. Insect pests such as scale insects, spot moths and ulna moths can be killed with 90% trichlorfon 1500 times liquid spray.
The trunk is pale and white, the branches are dense, and the branches are quadrangular. Leaves are opposite, leathery, entire, elliptic or obovate, apex rounded or slightly concave, surface light green, abaxially yellowish green. Flowers are fascicled leaf axils or branches end, april-May open, yellowish green. Fruit is oval. Euonymus Japonicus also has finch tongue boxwood, spatulate or oblanceolate leaves, dark green surface, glossy. Pearl Euonymus Japonicus is evergreen, shrub, glossy, leaf-shaped. These two kinds of trees are graceful, they are precious tree species for making bonsai.
Euonymus Japonicus is produced in all provinces and regions of central China. Euonymus Japonicus is light loving, also more resistant to shade, suitable for fertile, loose, wet land, acid soil, neutral soil or slightly alkaline soil can adapt. Euonymus Japonicus has strong initiation and resistance to pruning.
Euonymus Japonicus has fresh green and clean leaves with yellow and white markings. It is an ideal material for hedgerows and bonsai. It is suitable for door and central flowerbeds. It can also be potted for viewing.