Hebe and Euonymus - Back to front?
Good afternoon everyone,
I have just finished planting up my raised beds with Hebe and Euonymus and I am now wondering if I have planted the Hebe in the wrong position?
I planted the Hebe to the backs of the beds and the Euonymus to front of the beds.
The Euonymus are as follows,
The Hebe is Variegata and grows to about 40cm, so will the Hebe's be over taken by the growth of the Euonymus and lost at the back of the beds? and if so can I prune the Euonymus to keep them below the height of Hebe.
Sorry for the long winded question