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Spindle hedge plants

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Euonymus europaeus hedging

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Spindle hedging plants provide a wonderful array of autumn colour. The four lobed capsules burst into life with a vibrant shade of pink, opening to reveal orange fruits in autumn. Euonymus europaeus hedging plants have dark green foliage that transforms into rich shades of red and yellow in autumn, adding another layer of colour to your garden. Euonymus europaeus earned its common name from the wool spindles that were made from its strong wood.

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  • Best Features: Autumn colour foliage, pink capsules, orange fruit, wildlife value
  • Ideal For Hedges: 1-4m
  • Growth Rate: Average to Fast | 30-60cm a year
  • Position: Normal soil, sun or partial shade, exposed or sheltered, inland or coastal
  • Also Consider: Orange Firethorn (Pyracantha 'Orange Glow') for an evergreen hedge with colourful fruits or Purple Barberry (Berberis thun. atropurpurea) for red autumn colour and orange berries.
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Spindle (Euonymus europaeus) hedging plants description

Spindle is a relatively fast growing hedging plant that boasts wonderful autumn colour to really brighten up a winter scene. The fruits which appear in autumn can hang onto the branches well into winter, providing a splash of orange when most other plants are settling down for the cold weather. For optimum fruit production plant in a sunny site, however Spindle hedges can withstand partial shade. Although Euonymus europaeus is best suited to a well-drained, moist soil it does cope well in wet soils.

Best uses for Spindle hedging

Spindle hedges produce inconspicuous flowers in May-June that are rich in nectar, attracting pollinating insects and making it a great hedge to include in a wildlife garden. It is important to mention that the leaves and fruit are harmful if eaten, so it is best not to plant in reach of children or pets.

Combine Spindle plants with

Combine Spindle with other Native hedging plants.

Growth rate of Euonymus europaeus

A quick growing hedge, Spindle will easily achieve at least 40cm growth per year and is ideal for hedging of 1-4m.

Care advice for Spindle hedges

When planted properly most hedges need little attention - view our hedge planting advice here. We suggest lightly pruning your Spindle hedge once a year in late winter or early spring. Feeding your Spindle hedge after planting is also advisable - view our hedge care advice section for more information.

Recommended planting density for Euonymus europaeus hedge plants

For information on suggested planting density for your Euonymus europaeus plants, please see the product table above. In the 'No. Per Metre' column you will find our recommended plant density for each individual plant species and root type.

We offer Spindle hedges as bare roots, which are available November to late April/early May (depending on season) and provide great value for money.

The majority of our Euonymus europaeus hedging plants are UK grown by experts with generations of horticultural knowledge and experience. Now and then we source Spindle from specialised nurseries in Europe, where we know the quality cannot be beaten. At Best4hedging we always strive to bring you the freshest, highest quality hedging plants whilst maintaining competitive prices, so you can buy Spindle hedging plants online with confidence from our Lancashire nursery.

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Pot grown and cell grown plants are available year round and make a great option when planting a hedge. Pots come in various sizes, as do the plants grown in them, and can be planted when convenient for you. These plants will be happy in their pots, given enough water, until you’re ready to plant. Cell Grown plants are usually small, 10-30cm and a great step between Pots and Bare Roots.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Bare root hedging plants are extremely popular. They are delivered and should be planted during the dormant season (usually November to April) and can be pre ordered from mid-summer. We recommend pre-ordering where possible to reserve your plants but take new orders right the way through the season. Bare roots are a cost effective way of planting a new hedge.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Root balls are generally available from October through to April/May, though some species are available year round. The plants are field grown and then lifted with a ‘ball’ of soil around the roots that is secured with hessian and sometimes wire. Root balls are often very impressive plants that can be pre ordered from mid-summer.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Instant hedging provides immediate impact to any project. These hedge units are grown in troughs or strong bags where they are shaped and pruned over many years to create a hedging panel that is already knitted together, producing an impressive instant hedge. Instant hedging is available to plant year round.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Here you will see all of the hedging plants that we provide in this species under one tab. From small cell grown plants to large root balls it’s all here! To narrow down the list or view the root types individually please use the other tabs.

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