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What is this bush?

comments (3) October 22nd, 2013 in gallery
bobbip123 bobbip123, member
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leaves are green in spring and summer, reddish in fall with very tiny pill shaped berries.



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BT_MG writes: Euonymus alatus is a highly invasive plant in my area (CT). Please consider replacing it with a native plant. You can get the same great fall color and not have a plant that seeds itself into our woods. Thanks Posted: 8:54 pm on November 12th
bobbip123 writes: Thank you, rbergen. Posted: 7:36 pm on October 24th
rbergen writes: Euonymus alatus 'Compacta' or 'Burning Bush'. Posted: 1:10 am on October 23rd
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