Colourful berries on the Euonymus
latifolius - spindle tree
Our objectives here were (1) to sample for exotic parasitoids of euonymus
scale in western Massachusetts in 2006 and 2007 at their original release sites, (2) to sample non-release locations to detect parasitoid spread, and (3) to assess effects of exotic parasitoids on the pre-existing parasitoid E.
is spreading throughout the site and dominates much of the forest floor, although there are areas dominated by dense patches of Asarum in the southeast corner of the site.
El hallazgo de esta poblacion de Euonymus
latifolius supone la primera cita de la especie en la Comunidad Autonoma de Castilla-La Mancha (Mayoral & Gomez-Serrano 2003) y la tercera poblacion conocida en la Peninsula Iberica.
They sport four raised ridges, sometimes called wings, which is where the common name winged euonymus
rank twelfth among the 20 most common ornamental plants used in the multibillion-dollar landscaping industry.
red hot The berries and leaves of Euonymus
latifolius, the spindle tree
In the winter garden it is amazing how plants which looked dull just a few weeks ago, such as leucothoe, bergenia and euonymus
, have taken on their winter colour, with their foliage turning, red and pink tinged.
The addition of euonymus
alatus and euonymus
europaeus will not only provide vibrant red leaves, but also interesting fruits.
Some of the most common drought-tolerant plants are the colorful-leaved Euonymus
Charles' favourite tree is one of the euonymus
which at the moment has lovely red fruits splitting open.
Northwest and mountain gardeners may already be familiar with many of the plants that produce dramatic fall color--sumac, winged euonymus
, and witch hazel are garden standards, especially where cold winters limit the use of many kinds of evergreen shrubs.
Varieties available are Skimmia japonica Rubella (below), Euonymus
Fortunei Emerald Gaiety, Euonymus
Blonde Beauty, Choisya ternata Sundance, Ceonothus (Californian Lilac) and Leucothoe Scarletta.
An RHS award-winning plant, Euonymus
alatus is a deciduous bush with vivid fiery red foliage in autumn followed by red/ purple seed pods which attract birds.
As for shrubs, I spied small colourful collections of species such as Pieris, Hebe 'Red Rum', Lavandula and Euonymus
emerald 'n' gold.