Evergreen clinging vine for shade

I’m looking for a vine, as described above, to cover a concrete block wall in Toronto. English Ivy? Any variegated ivies that would work? What about Emerald Gaiety Euonymus? Purple Wintercreeper Euonymus? And what about a Climbing Hydrangea? Does it…

ID Assistance with Unusual Vining Shrub

When I went for a walk in my neighbourhood, I noticed an unusual fruiting vining shrub – well over 10 feet tall. If is still in full leaf even though it’s mid-Nov. What attracted my attention it’s unusual fruit –…

Infestation of Euonymus in planter

I live in a Leslieville townhouse in Toronto and our outdoor space is on the roof where we have a small euonymus tree. (We did not purchase the tree it came with the house so I don’t know the specific…

Crown gall in Euonymus

Hello, I have a Toronto garden (part sun, ammended sandy loam, irrigated) that I planted with Euounymus coloratus several years ago. It was badly infected (and I mean BAD) with crown gall, so I have removed it…at least 250 sq.…

Pruning wisteria and transplanting euonymus

I took your advice about having patience when my wisteria, which looked like a dead nail after the harsh winter. It produced two small blossoms and then a lot of foliage. It was suggested that I give it an energetic…

How to save Euonymus with Winter Damage

Question: I have a  euonymus  (the large leafed silver-green  and gold-green) which I have grown quite tall.  During the winter it lost  half its  leaves from the bottom to the middle on almost three quarters of the plant.The top was…