Wet Soil: Low
Dry Soil: Medium
Euonymus europaeus ‘Red Cascade’, commonly known as Red Cascade, is an eye-catching shrub or small tree. It’s a compact and trailing variety, renowned for its stunning display of vibrant red foliage and cascading growth habit.
The foliage of this variety is its standout feature with elliptical leaves that emerge green in spring and transform into a brilliant shade of red during autumn. The autumnal display is breath-taking as it become a cascade of vivid red hues, adding warmth and intensity to the landscape.
In late spring to early summer, Red Cascade produces inconspicuous greenish flowers that develop into small ornamental fruits. The fruit capsules are initially green and eventually mature into a pinkish red colour. These open to reveal bright orange seeds, which provide additional interest and attract birds to the garden.
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4m high x 2.5m wide after 25 years
A versatile and attractive addition to any landscape. Excellent choice for large gardens.
Typically reaches a height of about 3-5 feet and spreads horizontally, creating a trailing effect. Its branches arch downwards.
Elliptical leaves that emerge green in spring and transform into a brilliant shade of red during autumn.
Inconspicuous greenish flowers.
Small ornamental fruit capsules. These are initially green and eventually mature into a pinkish red colour. The capsules open to reveal bright orange seeds.
Able to thrive in a range of soil compositions, from clay to loam to sand. It favours well-drained conditions and flourishes in environments ranging from full sunlight to partial shade. It can however tolerate some fully shaded settings. Exhibits resilience across a broad spectrum of climatic conditions, rendering it well suited for diverse regions.
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