Discussion in 'Identification Area' started by Zigs, Jan 10, 2019.
Found this at a couple of locations along the chalk cliffs...
Its a euonymus but not our native one. I dont think.
We think it could be euonymus verrucosa Pete ...... a swallow probably dropped it
Its very similar to the one often sold as a variegated shrub or sometimes even a house plant.
Here`s another photo....wot I took . The leaf reminds me of Arbutus, and the seed pod of Euonymus Europaeus
Our native euonymus, the spindle tree is deciduous, but the seed pods give it away.
But the leaves look much glossier than the E. verrucosa images on google. Looks a good plant!
So .... this is evergreen, with spindle berries .... I`m losing the will to live now ....
@Zigs is it Euonymous manhatten do you think.?
Similar but not quite right
Euonymus japonicus, the variegated plant is common, but it reverts quite often.
Well, Marley ... I think it is definitely ''quite right''
Ok @Zigs bwell then the only other it looks like is Euonymous japonicus
Had another look
Thank you so much Pete and Marley... it is such hard work being secretary to Lord Awful
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