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Euonymus atropurpureus



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Euonymus atropurpureus
Eastern wahoo

A native understory woodland species, growing to a large shrub or small tree with attractive red capsules and accompanying red arils. Although common in native woodlands, it is not much utilized in the landscape trade.

Habit:Rounded to broad-rounded, multi-stemmed, leggy, irregular, large shrub or small tree
Size:10-25' high
Color:Dark green
Texture:Medium-fine
Hardiness:Zone 3b USDA
Habitat:New York - Tennessee - Oklahoma - Minnesota
Family:Celastraceae

 
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