Euonymus phellomanus (north-west China)
Habit: Shrub, occasionally a large shrub; 1-3 m tall and wide; twigs arching, loose, asymmetrical, moderate growth.
Flowers: Plentiful with star-shaped, milky-white flowers, May.
Fruits: Cascades of splendid large fruits in pink and carmine with red seeds, from September, poisonous.
Leaves: Elliptical pale green, pretty orange hues in autumn, from September on.
Twigs: Densely covered with striking, wing-shaped cork strips, cutting should be avoided.
Demands: Sun to semi-shade, likes warmth, frost hardy; also cool areas.
Soil: Fresh to moist; acidic to neutral; any well drained substrate.
Hardiness: Zone 6a