Green Lane Euonymus (Euonymus fortunei ‘Green Lane’)

Green Lane Euonymus

  • Hardy Groundcover Shrub
  • Small Rounded Glossy Oval Foliage
  • Resistant to Winterburn
  • Easy Care & Low Maintenance
  • Orange Fall Berries
  • Durable Broadleaf Evergreen

Vibrant, year-round green and versatile form! The Green Lane Euonymus (Euonymus fortunei ‘Green Lane’) can be shrubs, groundcovers, even a climbing vine!

Comprised of compact, dark-green leaves, these small, oval and glossy broadleaf evergreens have loads of versatility.

Inconspicuous flowers and orange berries in fall provide a feast for your pollinators and songbirds! Plus purple fall color!

How to Use Green Lane Euonymus In The Landscape

Prune and train Green Lane as a small rounded shrub for mixed shrub borders, beds, rows and privacy hedges, or define garden edges.

Trail up walls or trellis for vertical greenery, Euonymus are great in containers as fillers, spillers, climbers and vertical thriller!

For groundcover and erosion control, Green Lane fills gaps between other plants or fills beds with four-season interest. Salt-tolerant, it rambles through roadside ‘hell strips’, or in coastal areas without problems!

Urban environments, rooftop gardens, naturalized areas planted en masse or allow Euonymus to ramble through your rock garden!

Tips For Care

Cold hardy zones 4 up, Green Lane is windburn resistant; growing in full sun and partial shade best.

Preferring average moisture and any well-drained soil. Salt tolerant, urban condition hardy, Green Lane is cold-resistant, tolerant, adaptable and saline resistant. What more could you ask for?

Green Lane Euonymus (Euonymus fortunei ‘Green Lane’) Details

Common name Green Lane Euonymus
Botanical name Euonymus fortunei 'Green Lane'
Plant type Broad-Leaved Evergreen
Hardiness zone 5-9
Growth rate Medium
Height 3 - 4 ft.
Width 4 - 5 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun, Partial Shade
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time Early Spring
Flower color Green