Question about Euonymus plant


Old 08-09-14, 11:29 AM
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Question about Euonymus plant

I have planted two Euonumus Japonica Aureo Marginata plants in the front of our house and they have grown beautifully with colorful golden/green leaves. Since they look so nice I bought two more, this time I kept them in planters in the back patio. These plants all though look healthy and leafy, they always stay deep green and never have the 'gold' touch. I wonder if this is because they are not in the ground. Can anyone tell me how to make them 'yellow' a little bit?
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Old 08-10-14, 02:00 PM
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Although the container could be a factor I would set the containers in full sun first to determine if that would change their mind about color. Full sun to part shade recommended. Unless the container is very large they will probably need to go in the ground at some point.
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Were they all green when you bought them?

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