Noted for its most dramatic foliage and gorgeous ornamental berries, this sizeable tree, or deciduous shrub, is invaluable in the autumn and winter garden. Its foliage of huge, ovate, mid-green leaves turns to vibrant crimson-to-ruby red in early autumn, making the whole plant glow with colour.
These seeds need a period of stratification to break their dormancy. You can do this by soaking the seeds for 24 hours and then placing them in a sealed freezer bag in the fridge. Do not allow the seeds to dry out. The seeds can then be sown after 6-8 weeks and should germinate normally in a safe, bright, cold place outdoors, and can take up to 6 months or even much longer so do not discard the seed pot. Alternatively you can sow the seed in a moist seed tray and then leave the tray outside over the winter to allow for natural stratification to occur.
Common name:Spindle Tree; Flat-stalked Spindle, Euonymus sachalinensis
Packet Content:6 (Approx)