I have an Euonymus europaeus.
However, it appears its growth is stunted - it consists of only one weak looking main branch (I really can't call it a trunk) with several smaller branches.
There is no visible damage, or illness. It is just so small.
How can I help this bush achieve its full potential?
This is a picture from wikimedia of a full grown euonymus:
Just imagine 1/30th of the bush in the picture - that is my bush.
I should say that it is situated in part shade area.
Note: I know there is a similar question: Best help for a tree with stunted growth? I hope I can get more advice specific to this bush.
Should I perhaps cut it to the ground? Or only add some natural fertilizer?