Shrubs from China and Japan don’t generally do well here at Lambley. The hot dry winds of summer are too much for them. The deciduous Euonymus alatus is an exception. I planted one about ten years ago and it has never had a burnt leaf and always puts on a really good autumn display with foliage turning pink and crimson during late April and early May. This form is more graceful than the more commonly found E. alatus ‘Compactus’. 200cm x 200cm.