Q.Can I Grow The Euonymus Bush In A Pot?
I purchased a golden euonymus I want to put it in a pot in my front yard where there is plenty of sun. I am in zone 9. oil. I want to find a large pot in which to grow it. Will it easily outgrow any pot I put it in. How can I learn to prune it properly? Would it be appropriate to grow it in succulent soil. Is there anything else I need to know that is specific to this plant?
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Make sure the pot has drainage holes. If not, you can add them. You can use regular potting soil. The plant will probably outgrow the container but you can always upsize. They can be pruned or sheared to shape it or control the size. Just trim it to your liking. Here is more on their care: