Specimen Details: Euonymus alatus (Thunb.) Siebold
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Celastraceae
Euonymus alatus (Thunb.) Siebold
All Determinations:
Euonymus alatus (Thunb.) Siebold det. J. Kim, Feb 1993

Common Names:
burning bushspindle tree
Location:
United States of America. Utah. Utah Co. Cultivated on BYU campus near Helman Halls. Native to Asia.
Collector(s):
B. T. Welsh s. n., 07 Jun 1981
Description:
Bright red foliage in the fall. Flowers are green, the bark is winged with a corky material. Phenology of specimen: Fertile.
Identifiers:
NY Barcode: 02848387
GUID: 1fc3013b-78e4-4ce9-b0fe-b8274b56c0d2
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OCR Text:
Euonymus
a latus S ieb.
JooHwan Kim
Feb. 1993
Utah Co., UTAH
Euonymus alata (Thunb.) Sieb.
Cultivated on BYU campus near Helaman Halls.
Known as burning bush because of the bright red
foliage in the fall, and spindle tree. Flowers
are green, the bark is winged with a corky
material. Native to Asia
Blaine Welsh
7 June 1981
NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN
Herbarium of Brigham Young University
^ROVO- Mtau
02848387
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