Yellow Variegated Wintercreeper ~ 'Emerald Gold'

The true value of this colourful winter creeper is most evident in spring, as later it resembles the white-variegated varieties. Has green marbled leaves with a bright edge, strong lemon yellow when budding and fading to a pale yellow or white-yellow in summer. In shade it has a tendency to turn green, and during cold winters it changes to pink. The colours are more dynamic and bright when exposed to sun. This plant is often used for house entrances, door posts, small wall sections, and for greening other objects. It couldn't be left out of our assortment. Very dense, with moderate growth vigour, it can grow 5 – 8 metres high! Refer to our wintercreeper general information for guidance on location, pruning, suitable cable systems, etc.. Currently available in one size (price B).

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Also known as: "Emerald and Gold," bred in 1967 by the Corliss Brothers Nursery, Gloucester / Massachusetts  / USA

Yellow-speckled wintercreeper "Emerald Gold" in spring, old leaves in the back
Yellow-variegated wintercreeper "Emerald Gold" in spring; last year's leaves in the background