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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by patdero1, Oct 20, 2015.
This plant is green all summer with white drupy flowers in spring. Now it is very red.
A spindle Euonymus of some sort.
Thanks, I'm going to ask some people at the Philadelphia Horticulture center.
I'm thinking it is
Had another look; it isn't a spindle after all - on close checking the leaves are alternate not opposite as I first thought.
Might be a Dogwood
Leaves too narrow for dogwood, branching habit different also. Itea is more like it. Might be 'Henry's Garnet'.
Very helpful thanks.