spreading euonymus Celastraceae Euonymus kiautschovicus Loes. Listen to the Latin   symbol: EUKI5
Other Fact Sheets
Leaf: Opposite, evergreen to semi-evergreen, thickened and leathery, 2 to 3 inches long, elliptical to obovate, serrate, dark glossy green with lighter veins, lighter beneath.
Flower: Perfect, small (1/4 inch), creamy white to yellow-green appear in small 4 inch wide open clusters in mid-summer, somewhat showy.

Fruit: Dry pink capsules (1/3 inch) that split open to reveal small orange-red seeds, ripen in fall and persist into winter.

Twig: Slender, green, slightly angled; buds pointed, straw-colored.

Bark: Gray-brown, thin, initially smooth.

Form: A low branching shrub to 10 feet, commonly shaped as a hedge.
Looks like: wintercreeper - Chinese holly - Japanese privet
USDA Plants Database
Euonymus kiautschovicus is planted in the highlighted USDA hardiness zones to the left and is not known to widely escape cultivaton.

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