TAG | Euonymus
One of my colleagues took some branches along which are a piece of art I think.
Ever seen this ? It is called Euonymus phellomanus or Kardinaalshoed in Dutch.
First collected as seed from China in 1894, Euonymus phellomanus has small inconspicuous flowers in spring, followed by vivid lipstick-pink fruit in autumn, which split to reveal conspicuous orange seeds.
Another notable feature is the corky, winged stems which are particularly eye-catching once the leaves fall in in winter. Euonymus phellomanus will fruit reliably as a single, specimen plant even when quite young. A superb, ornamental garden plant!
The structures are amazing don’t you think?
My pictures don’t do justice to it, but hope you will get the idea
in a huge vase with only one Rose decorated with some felt made by one of my students.
and I found a picture with leaves and blooms on the Internet