Journal archives for February 2020

February 03, 2020

NYBG EcoFlora Update, February 2020

The February EcoQuest Challenge is CAN YOU FIND EUONYMUS?

Euonymus are small trees, shrubs and woody vines in the Staff-Tree family (Celastraceae). Indigenous and introduced species in our range typically have sharply angled (and sometimes winged) stems; opposite leaves that are evergreen or deciduous; and brightly colored fruit. Burning Bush, Euonymus alatus, is an aggressive invader with conspicuously winged stems.

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